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 Pixel 7 Pro leak suggests Tensor 2 might lag behind once again

Pixel 7 Pro leak suggests Tensor 2 might lag behind once again

Pixel 7 Pro leak. We already know a great deal about the Pixel 7 Pro thanks to Google’s own disclosures and the selling of prototypes. Now, it appears that one of these prototype gadgets has provided us with additional information. The owner of a bricked Pixel 7 Pro prototype contacted the Google News Telegram channel (h/t: Android Police). Even though it seems unlikely that the boot logs of a bricked device might reveal much, the organisation says otherwise.

Logs show that, instead of using the S6E3HC3 display panel used in the Pixel 6 Pro, the Pixel 7 Pro will use a Samsung S6E3HC4 panel. 9to5 It wasn’t until this year that Google discovered references to the previous panel while working on Android support for the feature. This was simply a “slight hardware enhancement,” as the source reported at the time. The Pro phone is expected to have a newer display, so that’s good to know.

Google Pixel 7 Pro Release Date

The second tensor is going to be lagging behind?

More information on the Tensor 2 processor was gleaned via the Telegram channel. There are two high-powered cores, two medium cores, and four low-power cores in the chipset, according to the company. According to the logs, Google is staying with the Cortex-A55 core as its lightweight core, according to reports. Armv8 CPU cores (such as the Cortex-A55) cannot be mixed and matched with Armv9 cores (e.g. Cortex-X2, Cortex-A710, Cortex-A510). As a result, if Google is actually employing the Cortex-A55, it will likely stick with older CPU cores like the Cortex-A78 and Cortex-X1.

 

The new Tensor chipset will fall behind current flagship SoCs on paper and even further behind when competitor chipmakers introduce 2023’s silicon due to its reliance on older CPU cores. However, based on the initial Tensor processor’s benchmarks, which revealed performance levels between the Snapdragon 865 series and Snapdragon 888 line, we’re still anticipating a powerful chipset in practise.

If that’s not enough, the Telegram group claims to have discovered a plethora of code names in the logs, including Panther, Cheetah, and Felix (possibly the Pixel 7a). There was no mention of another Pixel smartphone by the name of “Lynx,” which was previously leaked.

Images of the Pixel 7 Pro have surfaced online.

After a few days on eBay and Facebook Marketplace, a Google Pixel 7 prototype appeared, complete with live photos of the device. It wasn’t long before its larger sibling was exposed to the same treatment. Even though no prototype is being sold this time, live photographs of it have been released anyway.

As far as design goes, the Pixel 7 Pro appears to have a similar metal visor that wraps around on both sides of the phone’s back, compared to the Pixel 7. As long as you don’t pay attention, you won’t miss the small aesthetic differences between the visors of both the Pixel 6 and the Pixel 6 Pro. A curved screen on the front of the Pixel 7 Pro suggests that it may be using the same panel as its predecessor.

Pixel 7 on eBay

Conclusion:

In any case, we have no idea why the device’s information lists it as Cubot Cheetah 2. Cubot is a Chinese phone manufacturer, and Cheetah is the rumoured codename for the incoming Pixel 7 Pro. This Pixel was made in China, so it’s possible that’s why it’s happening. This is not the Cubot Cheetah 2 smartphone that was released several years ago; in fact, the bezels on the front and back confirm that it is not.

As a result, that’ll have to wait for another day. Despite the fact that the supposed Pixel 7 Pro prototype has a similar logo to the Pixel 7 prototype that went on sale earlier this week, Google uses a different logo to hide the true identity of the device. It’s also difficult in practise because the camera visor is such a novel design component in today’s world..

Despite the fact that the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are expected to go public in the fall (probably around October), we’re pretty confident that we’ll already be familiar with them at this rate of leaks.

Google Pixel 7 Release Date

 

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Google Pixel 7 Pro Release Date & the Specifications

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Pixel 7/7 Pro Wishlist: Functions and features we really hope to see

FAQs:

Q1: What products will Google be releasing in 2021?

Earlier this year, Google released the highly anticipated Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. And we’ve already seen a teaser image for. What’s to come in the form of the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro.

Q2: What is the price of Pixel 7 Pro?

The price of the Google Pixel 7 Pro in the United States begins at $500. It comes in white or black and is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 898+ 5G chipset. Runs Android 13, and has a 4500mAh battery. The Pixel 7 Pro has a 6.61-inch display and 12GB of RAM.

Q3: Is there a Pixel 7 in the works?

The Pixel 7 will be available in two sizes and price points in the fall of 2022: a less expensive and smaller Pixel 7 model, and a more expensive and larger Pixel 7 Pro variant. In a surprise appearance at Google I/O, the two new Pixel 7 variants were shown off, exhibiting a familiar yet polished design style.

Q4: When pixel 7 design announced?

A few weeks ago, several months ahead of Google’s announcement event. The first Pixel 7 design schematics and full renders appeared online.

Q5: Which of the Google Pixel cameras has the best image quality?

The Pixel 6 Pro is the best Google phone yet, especially. If you’re looking for a device that can take stunning photos. If you’re looking for the most impressive feature of this camera. You’ll find it in the 48-megapixel wide angle lens, which can be used in conjunction with a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens.

Jennie Marquez

Jennie Marquez

Jennie is a Staff writer, contributor and has been writing about tech for over a decade. Jennie’s work at trendblog is to specialize in phones and tablets, but she also takes on other tech like electric scooters, smartwatches, fitness, mobile gaming and more. She is based in London, UK.
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