It’s not that they’ve been bad per se, it’s just that they’ve all had glaring issues that users have had to look past to decide on buying a phone with that vaunted Pixel camera.This time around, especially with the Pixel 6 Pro, there aren’t really many things to complain about.If you’ve checked out performance benchmarks like Geekbench 5, you’ll note that the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro aren’t the fastest phones out there in terms of sheer processor speed.
Again, the core configurations in the Tensor SoC possess all the necessary power to be very, very fast?
While the processor benchmarks mentioned above don’t feel like class-leading performance, I really don’t think we’re seeing the full power of Tensor just yet.
With a few tweaks here and there to the underlying software, I really do expect Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro to simply get faster over time, and it looks like the hardware is there to support whatever it is Google chooses to do over the coming months.
Ideally, Tensor could simply get better at ramping up performance when under load.Copyright © 2021 · Chrome Unboxed · Chrome is a registered trademark of Google Inc
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