New Pixel 8 Pro leak details Tensor G3 chip ahead of announcement

Michail, 03 October 2023

Google is announcing its Pixel 8 series tomorrow and we’ve already seen countless leaks but here’s one more. M. Brandon Lee from This is Tech Today shared several images of the Pixel 8 Pro running the Device Info HW and AIDA64 apps which reveals detailed specs on the new Tensor G3 chip.

Google Pixel 8 Pro running Device Info HW app
Google Pixel 8 Pro running Device Info HW app

Tensor G3 features a 9-core CPU with a Cortex-X3 prime core clocked at 2.91 GHz, 4x Cortex-A715 cores clocked at 2.37GHz and 4x Cortex-A510 cores humming at 1.7GHz. The other notable bit is the Mali-G715 GPU and 12GB RAM. Tensor G3 is fabbed on Samsung’s 4nm process technology and incorporates the FO-WLP packaging process which should result in lower heat generation and improved power efficiency compared to Tensor G2.

Pixel 8 Pro running AIDA64 Pixel 8 Pro running AIDA64 Pixel 8 Pro running AIDA64
Pixel 8 Pro running AIDA64

Apart from the chipset details, the latest leak also confirms a Goodix optical fingerprint scanner integrated inside the display panel. Pixel 8 Pro is expected to launch with a 6.7-inch LTPO OLED screen with QHD+ resolution and a 1-120Hz refresh rate. The back will feature a 50MP main camera alongside a 48MP telephoto with 5x optical zoom and a new 48 MP ultrawide camera.

The software side should be handled by Android 14 and the device will be available in Obsidian, Sky Blue and Porcelain colors. Pixel 8 Pro is expected to start at $899 in the US and £999 in the UK.

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Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 04 Oct 2023
  • spw

That's wishful thinking to the highest degree...

  • lk
  • 04 Oct 2023
  • Sqx

but the x3 is old and the Cortex-A510 more or less useless for today's software

im starting to think the pixel 8pro might challenge the S24U tis gonna be a great battle for the best smartphone spot Iphone15 pro max is already full with issues, might be 4 or 5th place in 2024

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