It’s no secret that this fall we are waiting for the announcement of the Pixel 7 family. According to Google, it is known that they will be based on the second generation of the Tensor chipset, the first details of which were leaked in early June . Now, having studied the download logs of that same Pixel 7 Pro prototype , enthusiasts confirm the preservation of the old architecture. Alas, the transition to the new Armv9 cores did not take place: the code mentions the Cortex-A55 (Armv8) cores instead of the expected Cortex-A510, which can be found in Snapdragon 8/8+ Gen1 and Dimensity 9000. It is expected that the previous core structure will remain: 2 x Cortex-X1, 2 x Cortex-A76 and 4 x Cortex-A55. Therefore, a significant increase in chip performance, which could be achieved by switching to a new architecture, can not be expected.
Given that the original Tensor didn’t shine with performance compared to competitors from the start, the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro could be one of the weakest flagships of this year. But a recent rumor about the installation of last year’s AMOLED panel from the Pixel 6 Pro in the Pixel 7 Pro was not confirmed: instead of the Samsung S6E3HC3, the new S6E3HC4 is mentioned. Once again, the feline codenames Pixel 7 (Panther), Pixel 7 Pro (Cheetah), and probably Pixel 7a (Felix) have been highlighted as a bonus.
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