Google Tensor G2

Google Tensor G2

Google Tensor G2 – an 8-core chipset that was announced on October 6, 2022, and is manufactured using a 5-nanometer process technology. It has 2 cores Cortex-X1 at 2850 MHz, 2 cores Cortex-A78 at 2350 MHz, and 4 cores Cortex-A55 at 1800 MHz.

CPU Performance
Gaming Performance
Battery life
NanoReview Score


Performance tests in popular benchmarks

AnTuTu 9

The AnTuTu Benchmark measures CPU, GPU, RAM, and I/O performance in different scenarios
Google Tensor G2
CPU 203616
GPU 295372
Memory 108654
UX 142235
Total score 748616

GeekBench 5

The GeekBench test shows raw single-threaded and multithreaded CPU performance
Single-Core Score
Multi-Core Score
Image compression 168.3 Mpixels/s
Face detection 24.5 images/s
Speech recognition 69.4 words/s
Machine learning 71.2 images/s
Camera shooting 31.2 images/s
HTML 5 2.97 Mnodes/s
SQLite 1010 Krows/s


A cross-platform benchmark that assesses graphics performance in Vulkan (Metal)
3DMark Wild Life Performance
Stability 68%
Graphics test 38 FPS
Score 6409


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Phones with Tensor G2AnTuTu v9
1. Google Pixel 7 Pro797618
2. Google Pixel 7748616


Detailed specifications of the Tensor G2 SoC with Mali-G710 MP7 graphics


Architecture 2x 2.85 GHz – Cortex-X1
2x 2.35 GHz – Cortex-A78
4x 1.8 GHz – Cortex-A55
Cores 8
Frequency 2850 MHz
L3 cache 4 MB
Process 5 nanometers


GPU name Mali-G710 MP7
Architecture Valhall
Execution units 7
Vulkan version 1.1
OpenCL version 2.0
DirectX version 12


Memory type LPDDR5
Memory frequency 3200 MHz
Bus 4x 16 Bit
Max size 12 GB

Multimedia (ISP)

Neural processor (NPU) Next-gen Tensor Processing Unit
Storage type UFS 3.1
Max display resolution 3840 x 2160
Video capture 4K at 60FPS
Video playback 4K at 60FPS
Video codecs H.264, H.265, AV1, VP9
Audio codecs AAC, AIFF, CAF, MP3, MP4, WAV


4G support LTE Cat. 24
5G support Yes
Wi-Fi 6
Bluetooth 5.2
Navigation GPS, GLONASS, Beidou, Galileo, QZSS


Announced October 2022
Class Flagship


OneTrain 26 October 2022 19:36
The performance is MORE than enough for a 120Hz smooth experience as long as the UI is not trash. I bought my grandpa a Realme GT Master Edition. It has 778G, which is more than enough for everyday tasks. I'm not saying that "reject modernity, embrace tradition", but for 85% of users, this chipset(CPU performance-wise) is more than fine. Also, don't forget that it's not all about raw performance (like classic cpus) so that's cool. It's fast enough, will be like this for 2+ years for sure, it will make excellent photos, and be useful in everyday tasks. Nobody buys pixel phones for that "AnTuTu" numbers and flex with your FPS in games. So it's not "revolutionary", but the CPU shouldn't be. The features it allows the phone to do is more important. And yeah, the idle performance/battery life would be ok, enough for one day of use.
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Road 13 October 2022 00:37
Complete garbage of 2022.
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Anon 11 October 2022 19:53
2 big inefficient cortex-x1 paired with 2 cortex a78 made by Samsung 4nm fabrication. Won't expect a good power efficiency ratio or a good gaming performance from the Google Tensor G2 chipset. I bet the kirin 9000 or the snapdragon 865 beat it easily in terms of real-life performance.
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Taqishi 24 October 2022 12:32
Indeed it's made by Samsung's 5nm+
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guest 554 09 October 2022 17:28
I don't think this is the accurate representation of the benchmarks, Tenson G2 is based on Exynos 2200 Processor which gets at least 20% improvement over previous gen and used GPU used in Dimensity Flasgships this year. I hope this gets updated real soon.
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Zhinazhu 08 October 2022 07:10
By this year's flagship Soc standard, the numbers are too bad.
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