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Google Pixel 7 Pro review: Premium smartphone with stock Android

Uncompromisingly good. The Google Pixel 7 Pro is sticking to a proven formula, having improved in almost all areas. The price has remained stable and the update supply is again guaranteed for five years. Differences to the cheaper model are primarily related to the display and the cameras, but some are larger than expected.

Google only just recently presented its mid-range offspring, the Pixel 6a, and now the company is following up with the new Pixel 7 series. The Pixel 7 Pro under review here is the direct successor to the Pixel 6 Pro and essentially sticks to a proven design, but comes with an improved camera setup and a newer SoC.

The predecessor had to endure criticism from end users for yellowish displays, weak reception and a sluggish fingerprint sensor, which is why we pay special attention to these issues in the following review.

On the bright side, prices have remained stable this year and the Pixel 7 Pro starts at around US$899 for the 128 GB variant, with the upgrade to 256GB costing an additional US$100. The 512 GB model (US$1,300) can only be purchased in the US thus far. This year, all storage versions are also finally available for all color options. 

Google Pixel 7 Pro (Pixel 7 Series)
Processor
Google Tensor G2 8 x 1.8 - 2.9 GHz, Exynos X1 / Cortex-A76 / A55
Graphics adapter
Memory
12 GB 
, LPDDR5
Display
6.70 inch 19.5:9, 3120 x 1440 pixel 513 PPI, capacitive, 10 Multi-Touch-Points, OLED, Corning Gorilla Glass Victus, HLG, HDR10, HDR10+, glossy: yes, HDR, 120 Hz
Storage
128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash, 128 GB 
, 114 GB free
Connections
1 USB 3.1 Gen2, USB-C Power Delivery (PD), Audio Connections: USB-C, 1 Fingerprint Reader, NFC, Brightness Sensor, Sensors: Proximity, Accelerometer, Magnetometer, Gyroscope, Pressure, OTG
Networking
Wi-Fi 6E (a/b/g/n = Wi-Fi 4/ac = Wi-Fi 5/ax = Wi-Fi 6), Bluetooth 5.2, 2G (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz), 3G (Band: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 19), LTE (Band: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30, 32, 38, 39, 40, 41, 46, 48, 66, 71), 5G-Sub6 (Band 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 12, 14, 20, 25, 28, 30, 38, 40, 41, 48, 66, 71, 75, 76, 77, 78), Dual SIM, LTE, 5G, GPS
Size
height x width x depth (in mm): 8.9 x 162.9 x 76.6 ( = 0.35 x 6.41 x 3.02 in)
Battery
5000 mAh Lithium-Ion, USB-PD 3.0, 12W/23W wireless charging
Charging
wireless charging, fast charging / Quickcharge
Operating System
Android 13
Camera
Primary Camera: 50 MPix (Samsung GN1, 1/1.31", 1.2 µm, 82°, f/1.85, OIS, aspect ratio: 4:3, 16:9) + 12 MPix (Ultra Wide, 1.25 µm, 125.8°, f/2.2) + 48 MPix (5x Tele, 0.7 µm, 20.6°, f/3.5, OIS); Ultra HD video (up to 60 FPS); Camera2-API-Level: Full
Secondary Camera: 10.8 MPix (1.22 µm, 92.8°, f/2.2, Fixfokus)
Additional features
Speakers: Dual, Keyboard: Onscreen, OTG-Adapter, USB-C-Cabel, 24 Months Warranty, GNSS: GPS (L1, L5), Glonass (L1), Galileo (E1, E5a), BeiDou (B1, B2a), QZSS, NavIC (L5); Body-SAR: 1.38 W/kg, Head-SAR: 0.98 W/kg; DRM Widevine L1; IP68, fanless, waterproof
Weight
212 g ( = 7.48 oz / 0.47 pounds) ( = 0 oz / 0 pounds)
Price
899 Euro
Note: The manufacturer may use components from different suppliers including display panels, drives or memory sticks with similar specifications.

 

Possible Competitors in Comparison

Rating
Date
Model
Weight
Drive
Size
Resolution
Best Price
89.1 %
11/2022
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Tensor G2, Mali-G710 MP7
212 g128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash6.70"3120x1440
90.3 %
10/2022
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
A16, A16 GPU 5-Core
240 g128 GB NVMe6.70"2796x1290
89.3 %
10/2022
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
SD 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730
198.5 g256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash6.67"2400x1080
87.7 %
11/2022
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
SD 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730
205 g256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash6.67"2712x1220
88.9 %
05/2022
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Exynos 2200, Xclipse 920
196 g128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash6.60"2340x1080
87 %
08/2022
OnePlus 10T
SD 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730
203.5 g256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash6.70"2412x1080
09/2022
Sony Xperia 5 IV
SD 8 Gen 1, Adreno 730
172 g6.10"2520x1080
89.2 %
04/2022
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Tensor, Mali-G78 MP20
210 g128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash6.70"3120x1440

Case - Stylish look and Gorilla Glass Victus

Color variants of the Google Pixel 7 Pro
Color variants of the Google Pixel 7 Pro

The Pixel 7 Pro has the same striking design as its predecessor, but the camera hump now merges seamlessly into the case frame, which looks even more high quality. The manufacturer specifies the thickness as 8.9 millimeters; we measured 8.55 millimeters without the camera. Including the camera, the Pixel smartphone measures 11.1 millimeters.

Both the front and the back are protected by Corning Gorilla Glass Victus, which has a very pleasing feel and is also visually convincing. Unfortunately, it is also extremely susceptible to fingerprints. Because of the smooth glass surface, users need to watch out for the smartphone on slightly uneven surfaces due to the danger of it slipping away. 

The build quality is solid and is characterized by narrow and even gaps. Torsional rigidity is also high, and we were unable to elicit the slightest noise from the Pixel 7 Pro in the corresponding tests. The SIM slot's cover is almost flush with the frame and can accommodate a nano-SIM.

The Pixel 7 Pro is available in Hazel (gray), Snow (white) and Obsidian (black). The battery is permanently installed and the smartphone is dust- and waterproof according to IP68. 

Size Comparison

163.9 mm / 6.45 inch 75.9 mm / 2.99 inch 8.9 mm / 0.3504 inch 210 g0.463 lbs162.9 mm / 6.41 inch 76.6 mm / 3.02 inch 8.9 mm / 0.3504 inch 212 g0.4674 lbs163 mm / 6.42 inch 75.4 mm / 2.97 inch 8.75 mm / 0.3445 inch 203.5 g0.4486 lbs163.1 mm / 6.42 inch 75.9 mm / 2.99 inch 8.6 mm / 0.3386 inch 205 g0.4519 lbs161.76 mm / 6.37 inch 73.5 mm / 2.89 inch 8.39 mm / 0.3303 inch 198.5 g0.4376 lbs160.7 mm / 6.33 inch 77.6 mm / 3.06 inch 7.85 mm / 0.3091 inch 240 g0.529 lbs157.4 mm / 6.2 inch 75.8 mm / 2.98 inch 7.6 mm / 0.2992 inch 196 g0.4321 lbs156 mm / 6.14 inch 68 mm / 2.68 inch 8.2 mm / 0.3228 inch 172 g0.3792 lbs

Equipment - USB 3.2 (Gen. 2) and UWB for the Pixel 7 Pro

Google has given the Pixel 7 Pro a fast 2nd generation USB 3.2 port that works with a data transfer rate of up to 10 GBit/s and supports wired image output. Apart from the Pixel 7, only the ROG Phone 6 offers such a powerful connection.

It should be borne in mind that there is no microSD support when selecting the storage. An IR blaster, an audio jack or a notification LED have not been installed either. The recess in the frame at the top of the Google smartphone is intended for the 5G mmWave antennas, but this mobile standard is not yet available in Europe. Google does not reveal whether the antennas have been installed nonetheless and whether they will be activated later via an update.

In addition to Bluetooth 5.2, Wi-Fi 6E and NFC, the Pixel 7 Pro also supports UWB. 

Top: microphone, cutout for mmWave antenna
Top: microphone, cutout for mmWave antenna
Left: SIM
Left: SIM
Right: power button, volume rocker
Right: power button, volume rocker
Bottom: speakers, USB, microphone
Bottom: speakers, USB, microphone

Software - Fast Google updates until 2027

The Google Pixel 7 Pro comes with stock Android 13 and the latest security patches, which are updated monthly. At least three version upgrades and two more years of security updates will be provided (until October 2027). So this means that the smartphone will get Android 16 at the very least; Google reveals the corresponding details on an FAQ page.

In addition to the well-known Pixel features, Google is now providing its own VPN solution for Pixel owners. However, the feature was not available at the time of review and is expected to be added via an update in December 2022.

The smartphone can now translate 48 languages via live translations. This includes written texts in messengers, text captured via the camera, subtitles in videos, and even live translations for speech in some languages. The latter can be launched via Google Assistant with the command "Be my interpreter" and works surprisingly well.

Google preinstalls most of its own apps, but refrains from installing third-party applications.

Communication & GNSS - Pixel 7 Pro with 5G Sub6 and Wi-Fi 6E

On paper, the Google Pixel 7 Pro is Wi-Fi 6E capable. Unfortunately, the Google smartphone does not recognize the 6 GHz band of our Asus ROG Rapture GT-AXE11000 reference router. This is likely to be amended via a future update. As soon as this is the case, we will provide the corresponding test results. On the 5 GHz network, performance values are very promising and very good in terms of both speed and stability.

In Europe, the Pixel 7 Pro only supports 5G Sub6, which isn't much of an issue currently due to the lack of mmWave networks, but will certainly become more important in the near future. The signal qualities of the Pixel 6 (Pro) were a frequent point of criticism. The Pixel 7 Pro, in contrast, makes a strong impression in metropolitan areas (network: Telekom, 5G) and leaves no room for criticism. In direct comparison to the iPhone 14 Pro Max and the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra, the attenuation (loss of signal) within the same radio cell is slightly higher, but the data transfer performance is at a similar level. So there is no noticeable difference in this scenario.

The Pixel 7 Pro supports a large number of frequency bands, so it should be usable all over the world. 

Networking
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Mali-G710 MP7, Tensor G2, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
iperf3 receive AXE11000
904 (min: 453) MBit/s ∼52%
iperf3 transmit AXE11000
945 (min: 917) MBit/s ∼55%
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
A16 GPU 5-Core, A16, 128 GB NVMe
iperf3 receive AXE11000
723 (min: 643) MBit/s ∼42%
iperf3 transmit AXE11000
817 (min: 751) MBit/s ∼48%
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
iperf3 receive AXE11000
881 (min: 446) MBit/s ∼51%
iperf3 transmit AXE11000
839 (min: 531) MBit/s ∼49%
iperf3 transmit AXE11000 6GHz
1657 (min: 1379) MBit/s ∼96%
iperf3 receive AXE11000 6GHz
1522 (min: 1278) MBit/s ∼97%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
iperf3 receive AXE11000
672 (min: 443) MBit/s ∼39%
iperf3 transmit AXE11000
824 (min: 757) MBit/s ∼48%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Xclipse 920, Exynos 2200, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
iperf3 receive AXE11000
826 (min: 765) MBit/s ∼48%
iperf3 transmit AXE11000
899 (min: 432) MBit/s ∼53%
iperf3 transmit AXE11000 6GHz
1346 (min: 696) MBit/s ∼78%
iperf3 receive AXE11000 6GHz
1565 (min: 777) MBit/s ∼100%
OnePlus 10T
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
iperf3 receive AXE11000
934 (min: 768) MBit/s ∼54%
iperf3 transmit AXE11000
933 (min: 865) MBit/s ∼55%
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1
iperf3 receive AXE11000
582 (min: 509) MBit/s ∼34%
iperf3 transmit AXE11000
918 (min: 876) MBit/s ∼54%
iperf3 transmit AXE11000 6GHz
1728 (min: 880) MBit/s ∼100%
iperf3 receive AXE11000 6GHz
1563 (min: 1447) MBit/s ∼100%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Mali-G78 MP20, Tensor, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
iperf3 receive AXE11000
1736 (min: 874) MBit/s ∼100%
iperf3 transmit AXE11000
1710 (min: 876) MBit/s ∼100%
Average of class Smartphone
 
iperf3 receive AXE11000
610 (min: 44.3) MBit/s ∼35%
iperf3 transmit AXE11000
657 (min: 57.7) MBit/s ∼38%
iperf3 transmit AXE11000 6GHz
1440 (min: 853) MBit/s ∼83%
iperf3 receive AXE11000 6GHz
1309 (min: 598) MBit/s ∼84%
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Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Qualcomm Adreno 730; iperf3 transmit AXE11000 6GHz; iperf 3.1.3: Ø1657 (1379-1781)
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Qualcomm Adreno 730; iperf3 receive AXE11000 6GHz; iperf 3.1.3: Ø1520 (1278-1606)
Google Pixel 7 Pro Google Tensor G2, ARM Mali-G710 MP7; iperf3 receive AXE11000; iperf 3.1.3: Ø888 (453-912)
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Qualcomm Adreno 730; iperf3 receive AXE11000; iperf 3.1.3: Ø865 (446-922)
Google Pixel 7 Pro Google Tensor G2, ARM Mali-G710 MP7; iperf3 transmit AXE11000; iperf 3.1.3: Ø945 (917-968)
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Qualcomm Adreno 730; iperf3 transmit AXE11000; iperf 3.1.3: Ø839 (531-913)
GPS test outdoors
outdoors
GPS test indoors
indoors
GPS test: GNSS supported
GNSS

For localization, the Google Pixel 7 Pro uses dual-band GNSS to connect to the GPS, Glonass, Galileo, QZSS and BeiDou satellite networks. Sattelite positioning is very fast and accurate outdoors, but takes longer indoors and the smartphone needs some time before displaying suitable levels of accuracy.

We compared the Pixel with the Garmin Venu 2 fitness smartwatch on a short bike tour. Its tracking capabilities are quite decent, but not as accurate as the Garmin watch. Nevertheless, the performance offered is absolutely satisfactory for navigational tasks. 

GNSS test ride: circumnavigation of the lake
GNSS test ride: circumnavigation of the lake
GNSS test ride: loop
GNSS test ride: loop
GNSS test ride: summary
GNSS test ride: summary

Telephony & Voice Quality

The Google Pixel 7 Pro is a dual-SIM smartphone that offers room for a physical nano-SIM and an eSIM. In March 2023, dual eSIM support will be provided via an update. Features such as VoLTE and WLAN calling are supported, but Google has disabled Android's built-in SIP account controls.

We were very satisfied with the voice quality in our tests. When held to the ear, the Pixel smartphone reproduces the user's voice very naturally, although the better microphones make it sound slightly duller than usual. But this is not noticeable in everyday use. Minor background noises are inaudible and filtered out without any loss of quality. The Pixel even copes satisfactorily in noisy environments, such as a busy café, although background noise occasionally slips through and the user's voice sounds a little hollow. The latter effect only becomes more audible in very loud environments, but even then the Pixel 7 Pro does its job really well.

The proximity sensor is located in the panel and reacts very quickly and reliably. However, it has the disadvantage that the screen is dimmed during a call, which does not help when we want to access the quick menu.  

A lot of fine-tuning for the cameras of the Pixel 7 Pro

Selfie with the Pixel 7 Pro (photo mode)
Selfie with the Pixel 7 Pro (photo mode)
Selfie with the Pixel 7 Pro (portrait mode)
Selfie with the Pixel 7 Pro (portrait mode)

The front camera of the Google Pixel 7 Pro works with a resolution similar to that of the predecessor, delivering 10.8 MP. Unfortunately, it only uses a fixed focus. Videos can be recorded in Ultra HD at up to 60 FPS, but those wanting to use HDR will be limited to 30 FPS. Google also offers an automatic night mode and the "Top Shot" function for photography on the front. In the case of the latter, the smartphone records a short video and makes a selection of photos from which the user can choose the appropriate one. In addition, a two-stage face retouching can be activated. An extended wide-angle option is also available for group selfies. Overall, we like the photos with the front camera. Only in backlight do the pictures appear a little pale.

The camera setup on the back is also very similar to that of the Pixel 6 Pro. The main camera uses a 50 MP sensor from Samsung, which is supplemented by an ultra-wide-angle at 12 MP and a 48 MP telephoto lens that promises fivefold (5x) optical magnification. In comparison, the predecessor had fourfold (x4) optical zoom and the ultra-wide angle only had an angle of 114 degrees (Pixel 7 Pro: 125.8 degrees).

The main camera takes really good photos and strikes a good balance in regard to sharpness. This is especially true of close-ups, while image quality is a little weaker in panoramic shots, especially when backlit. Although the dynamic range is high across the entire image, there are some weaknesses in the details. Contours are slightly muddy and washed out. The night mode also produced a few errors in our tests and, among other things, our droid appeared strangely dirty. Google will certainly make improvements here, especially since the low-light performance is otherwise very good.

The optical zoom does its job very well in daylight and can digitally enlarge up to a factor of 30. This strong zoom is no longer suitable for prints, but is quite useful for zooming in on a sign, poster or something similar from a distance. The optical viewfinder in the live view, which is activated at a magnification of 15x, is also practical. Image stabilization is good, but it does not capture movement or moving subjects as well as, for example, Samsung's Galaxy S22 Ultra or Vivo's X80 Pro.

5x zoom
5x zoom
10x zoom
10x zoom
30x zoom
30x zoom
An additional viewfinder is displayed from 15x magnification.

Despite the now comparatively low resolution, the ultra-wide-angle lens take good photos, even if it cannot keep up with the main camera. Slight aberrations can occur in the peripheral areas, especially where hard edges (i.e. of buildings) are present, and shot noise is greater in these areas. A macro lens is also available. The Pixel 7 Pro switches to macro mode rather quickly early on, but this can be deactivated via a small button. 

In terms of videography, Google's smartphone delivers good results, but it cannot keep up with other top smartphones in terms of functionality. The missing 8k mode is certainly the easiest loss to bear, but there is also no choice of aspect ratios whatsoever, and the refresh rates are limited to 30 and 60 FPS. We like the option of being able to record 10-bit HDR videos, although this is limited to Ultra HD at 30 FPS. The slow motion function is only available in Full HD, while the time-lapse is available in 4k for all lenses.

Camera settings
Extended camera settings
Quick settings for photos. 
Quick settings for videos. 
Stabilization options for video.
A control button is displayed in macro mode.
 
 

Image Comparison

Choose a scene and navigate within the first image. One click changes the position on touchscreens. One click on the zoomed-in image opens the original in a new window. The first image shows the scaled photograph of the test device.

Main cameraMain cameraUltra wide angle5x zoomLow light

Under controlled lighting conditions, the Google Pixel 7 Pro delivers good image quality. The test chart is captured with a fairly warm white balance, but details remain very clear up to the peripheral area. Subjects appear bright and well-lit in low light (1 lux), but the image is then very cool and correspondingly bluish.

Color reproduction is also very good. Only cyan is a little off target with a slightly increased deviation from DeltaE.

ColorChecker
5.9 ∆E
3.5 ∆E
4.6 ∆E
6.6 ∆E
4.3 ∆E
5.5 ∆E
4.8 ∆E
8.3 ∆E
4 ∆E
1.4 ∆E
3.9 ∆E
4.3 ∆E
8.1 ∆E
6.6 ∆E
5.3 ∆E
3.6 ∆E
3.3 ∆E
11.6 ∆E
5 ∆E
4.1 ∆E
4.4 ∆E
3.7 ∆E
2.6 ∆E
4.1 ∆E
ColorChecker Google Pixel 7 Pro: 4.98 ∆E min: 1.4 - max: 11.57 ∆E
ColorChecker
30.6 ∆E
47.7 ∆E
26.8 ∆E
39.4 ∆E
32.6 ∆E
54.8 ∆E
42.1 ∆E
19.5 ∆E
30.6 ∆E
19.2 ∆E
49.4 ∆E
54 ∆E
13.8 ∆E
44 ∆E
23.5 ∆E
46.6 ∆E
30.2 ∆E
36.4 ∆E
47.4 ∆E
48.1 ∆E
47 ∆E
39.2 ∆E
27.6 ∆E
14.1 ∆E
ColorChecker Google Pixel 7 Pro: 36.03 ∆E min: 13.78 - max: 54.81 ∆E

Accessories & Warranty - Narrow scope of delivery

The Google Pixel 7 Pro only comes with a USB-C cable and an OTG adapter (Type-C to Type-A). Those wanting a matching power adapter directly from Google have to shell out an additional US$30, and the wireless charging station costs around US$80. In addition, Google also offers protective cases for its smartphone, which are available from around US$22.

The warranty is 24 months in Germany and cannot be extended. This may differ in other regions, so be sure to check with your supplier before purchasing.

Input Devices & Operation - Pixel 7 Pro now with facial recognition

The capacitive touchscreen of the Pixel 7 Pro recognizes up to ten touches simultaneously and is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass Victus. Gliding properties are excellent, especially since Google does not use a protective film. The physical keys sit firmly in the frame and have a short travel.

Google once again installs an optical fingerprint scanner for biometric security. Although this works more reliably than in the Pixel 6 Pro, the contact area remains very small, so that it is easy to misplace the finger. The Vixo X80 Pro is in a different league in this regard, since it uses a large ultrasonic sensor. At least facial recognition is now also on board. This functioned very quickly and reliably under testing, but it should be noted that this is a less secure unlocking method.

The vibration motor delivers both crisp and haptically appealing feedback. Some useful operating aids have also been integrated into the Pixel 7 Pro. For example, a preset action can be triggered by double tapping the back of the smartphone. This could be, for example, turning the flashlight on or off or taking a screenshot. Starting specially selected apps directly is also possible.

Quick tapping
Gestures and movements
One hand mode

Display - Bright LTPO OLED up to 120 Hz

Subpixel grid
Subpixel grid

The display of the Google Pixel 7 Pro measures 6.7 inches (17.02 cm) and optionally offers QHD+ resolution (3,120 x 1,440), but Full HD+ with a lower pixel density is preset. According to the specifications, the OLED panel is capable of LTPO, which means that the system should automatically vary the refresh rate between 10 and 120 Hz. Unfortunately, this was not confirmed in our tests because the smartphone only switches between 60 and 120 Hz when Smooth Display is activated. The Pixel 7 Pro supports the most common HDR standards (HLG, HDR10, HDR10+). An always-on function is available, but can only be configured to a very limited extent.

The panel brightness reaches an average of a very high 1025 cd/m² in a pure white display with the ambient light sensor activated and is extremely uniform. With a even distribution of bright and dark areas (APL18), the display reaches up to 1,499 cd/m². If you do not use the sensor for control, a maximum of 585 cd/m² is available.

We determined OLED flickering in our measurements with the oscilloscope, but this is very constant at low brightness and is on par with the refresh rate at 120 Hz. As the display gets brighter, the frequency jumps to a stable 240 Hz. The effect is comparable to permanent DC dimming, which is why the likelihood of complaints is lower than with displays that have a choppier progression.

We did not observe any temporal dithering. For this, we examined the display through a microscope during the playback of a 240 FPS slow motion video (dark gray, at full brightness).

1030
cd/m²
1020
cd/m²
1026
cd/m²
1025
cd/m²
1022
cd/m²
1027
cd/m²
1025
cd/m²
1023
cd/m²
1029
cd/m²
Distribution of brightness
X-Rite i1Pro 3
Maximum: 1030 cd/m² (Nits) Average: 1025.2 cd/m² Minimum: 1.91 cd/m²
Brightness Distribution: 99 %
Center on Battery: 1022 cd/m²
Contrast: ∞:1 (Black: 0 cd/m²)
ΔE Color 0.9 | 0.59-29.43 Ø5.2
ΔE Greyscale 1.1 | 0.57-98 Ø5.5
97% sRGB (Calman 2D)
Gamma: 2.22
Google Pixel 7 Pro
OLED, 3120x1440, 6.70
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
Super Retina XDR OLED, 2796x1290, 6.70
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
pOLED, 2400x1080, 6.67
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
AMOLED, 2712x1220, 6.67
Samsung Galaxy S22+
AMOLED, 2340x1080, 6.60
OnePlus 10T
Fluid AMOLED, 2412x1080, 6.70
Sony Xperia 5 IV
OLED, 2520x1080, 6.10
Google Pixel 6 Pro
LTPO-OLED, 3120x1440, 6.70
Screen
-22%
-23%
-19%
-59%
-75%
-62%
-15%
Brightness middle
1022
1061
4%
1020
0%
913
-11%
1090
7%
861
-16%
896
-12%
794
-22%
Brightness
1025
1057
3%
1020
0%
913
-11%
1097
7%
856
-16%
902
-12%
801
-22%
Brightness Distribution
99
99
0%
96
-3%
95
-4%
98
-1%
97
-2%
97
-2%
97
-2%
Black Level *
Colorchecker dE 2000 *
0.9
1.3
-44%
1
-11%
1
-11%
2.5
-178%
2.27
-152%
2
-122%
0.9
-0%
Colorchecker dE 2000 max. *
2.1
3.1
-48%
2.8
-33%
2.4
-14%
3.8
-81%
4.17
-99%
6.4
-205%
2.2
-5%
Greyscale dE 2000 *
1.1
1.6
-45%
2.1
-91%
1.8
-64%
2.3
-109%
2.9
-164%
1.3
-18%
1.5
-36%
Gamma
2.22 99%
2.19 100%
2.29 96%
2.23 99%
2.04 108%
2.303 96%
2.25 98%
2.23 99%
CCT
6650 98%
6511 100%
6502 100%
6273 104%
6492 100%
6141 106%
6618 98%
6654 98%

* ... smaller is better

Screen Flickering / PWM (Pulse-Width Modulation)

To dim the screen, some notebooks will simply cycle the backlight on and off in rapid succession - a method called Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) . This cycling frequency should ideally be undetectable to the human eye. If said frequency is too low, users with sensitive eyes may experience strain or headaches or even notice the flickering altogether.
Screen flickering / PWM detected 240 Hz

The display backlight flickers at 240 Hz (Likely utilizing PWM) .

The frequency of 240 Hz is relatively low, so sensitive users will likely notice flickering and experience eyestrain at the stated brightness setting and below.

In comparison: 53 % of all tested devices do not use PWM to dim the display. If PWM was detected, an average of 19601 (minimum: 5 - maximum: 3846000) Hz was measured.

Minimal display brightness
min.
25% display brightness
25%
50% display brightness
50%
75% display brightness
75%
Maximal display brightness
100%

Series of measurements at a fixed zoom level and different brightness settings

We examined color representation using a photospectrometer and CalMAN analysis software. The preset color profile Adaptive offers a slightly more saturated display and uses an extended sRGB color space. As the name suggests, imaging performance is more accurate under the profile Natural. All in all, the Pixel 7 Pro does everything right in this area and delivers impeccable imaging performance.

Grayscale (Profile: Adaptive, Target color space: sRGB)
Grayscale (Profile: Adaptive, Target color space: sRGB)
Colors (Profile: Adaptive, Target color space: sRGB)
Colors (Profile: Adaptive, Target color space: sRGB)
Color space (Profile: Adaptive, Target color space: sRGB)
Color space (Profile: Adaptive, Target color space: sRGB)
Saturation (Profile: Adaptive, Target color space: sRGB)
Saturation (Profile: Adaptive, Target color space: sRGB)
Grayscale (Profile: Natural, Target color space: sRGB)
Grayscale (Profile: Natural, Target color space: sRGB)
Colors (Profile: Natural, Target color space: sRGB)
Colors (Profile: Natural, Target color space: sRGB)
Color space (Profile: Natural, Target color space: sRGB)
Color space (Profile: Natural, Target color space: sRGB)
Saturation (Profile: Natural, Target color space: sRGB)
Saturation (Profile: Natural, Target color space: sRGB)

Display Response Times

Display response times show how fast the screen is able to change from one color to the next. Slow response times can lead to afterimages and can cause moving objects to appear blurry (ghosting). Gamers of fast-paced 3D titles should pay special attention to fast response times.
       Response Time Black to White
1.05 ms ... rise ↗ and fall ↘ combined↗ 0.528 ms rise
↘ 0.524 ms fall
The screen shows very fast response rates in our tests and should be very well suited for fast-paced gaming.
In comparison, all tested devices range from 0.4 (minimum) to 240 (maximum) ms. » 1 % of all devices are better.
This means that the measured response time is better than the average of all tested devices (22.7 ms).
       Response Time 50% Grey to 80% Grey
6.01 ms ... rise ↗ and fall ↘ combined↗ 2.981 ms rise
↘ 3.028 ms fall
The screen shows very fast response rates in our tests and should be very well suited for fast-paced gaming.
In comparison, all tested devices range from 0.25 (minimum) to 636 (maximum) ms. » 10 % of all devices are better.
This means that the measured response time is better than the average of all tested devices (35.9 ms).

The Pixel 7 Pro performs very well outdoors and offers very good legibility in all light situations. At most, reflections on the glass surface can be a bit annoying, but this only applies when the display is viewed from the side.

The viewing angle stability of the OLED display is on the expected level and we like it very much. A loss of brightness and a slight green haze can only be seen from very flat viewing angles.

Viewing angle stability of the Google Pixel 7 Pro
Viewing angle stability of the Google Pixel 7 Pro

Performance: Google Tensor G2 with slight performance increase

Google uses the second generation of its own ARM processor, manufactured by Samsung, for the Pixel 7 Pro. Compared with the first-generation Tensor, the Google Tensor G2 uses a very similar CPU, which again consists of three clusters. These comprise two powerful Cortex X1 cores, which run up to 2.85 GHz, two Cortex A78 (up to 2.35 GHz each) and four energy-saving Cortex A55 cores (up to 1.8 GHz). This means that the maximum clock is just 50 MHz higher.

The single-core test in Geekbench thus reveals only a minimal increase in performance. But this is slightly higher when all cores are utilized, thanks to the more modern A78 cores. However, the Tensor G2 falls behind other high-end processors and is even forced to concede defeat to the Exynos 2200.

The increases in AI performance are much higher. In Procyon, we recorded an increase of a whopping 53 percent compared to the predecessor, but this still ranks well behind the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 in the Xiaomi 12T Pro.

Nevertheless, this does not detract from the excellent system speed of the Pixel 7 Pro. In everyday use, the Google smartphone is as smooth as butter.

Geekbench 5.4
Single-Core
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
Apple A16 Bionic, A16 GPU 5-Core, 6144
1885 Points ∼100% +80%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 8192
1356 Points ∼72% +29%
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 12288
1328 Points ∼70% +27%
OnePlus 10T
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 16384
1277 Points ∼68% +22%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Samsung Exynos 2200, Xclipse 920, 8192
1133 Points ∼60% +8%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Google Tensor, Mali-G78 MP20, 12288
1057 Points ∼56% +1%
Average Google Tensor G2
  (1048 - 1050, n=2)
1049 Points ∼56% 0%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Google Tensor G2, Mali-G710 MP7, 12288
1048 Points ∼56%
Average of class Smartphone
  (58 - 1885, n=264, last 2 years)
736 Points ∼39% -30%
Multi-Core
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
Apple A16 Bionic, A16 GPU 5-Core, 6144
5533 Points ∼100% +72%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 8192
4432 Points ∼80% +38%
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 12288
4251 Points ∼77% +32%
OnePlus 10T
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 16384
3987 Points ∼72% +24%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Samsung Exynos 2200, Xclipse 920, 8192
3599 Points ∼65% +12%
Average Google Tensor G2
  (3222 - 3265, n=2)
3244 Points ∼59% +1%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Google Tensor G2, Mali-G710 MP7, 12288
3222 Points ∼58%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Google Tensor, Mali-G78 MP20, 12288
2941 Points ∼53% -9%
Average of class Smartphone
  (248 - 5538, n=264, last 2 years)
2370 Points ∼43% -26%
Antutu v9 - Total Score
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 8192
1086424 Points ∼100% +40%
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 12288
1073804 Points ∼99% +39%
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
Apple A16 Bionic, A16 GPU 5-Core, 6144
949107 Points ∼87% +23%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Samsung Exynos 2200, Xclipse 920, 8192
850401 Points ∼78% +10%
OnePlus 10T
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 16384
846323 Points ∼78% +9%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Google Tensor G2, Mali-G710 MP7, 12288
773857 Points ∼71%
Average Google Tensor G2
  (773655 - 773857, n=2)
773756 Points ∼71% 0%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Google Tensor, Mali-G78 MP20, 12288
720905 Points ∼66% -7%
Average of class Smartphone
  (111952 - 1119358, n=158, last 2 years)
579836 Points ∼53% -25%
PCMark for Android - Work 3.0
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 12288
17340 Points ∼100% +52%
OnePlus 10T
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 16384
15944 Points ∼92% +40%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 8192
15067 Points ∼87% +32%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Samsung Exynos 2200, Xclipse 920, 8192
14998 Points ∼86% +32%
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, Adreno 730, 8192
12525 Points ∼72% +10%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Google Tensor, Mali-G78 MP20, 12288
11605 Points ∼67% +2%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Google Tensor G2, Mali-G710 MP7, 12288
11397 Points ∼66%
Average Google Tensor G2
  (10530 - 11397, n=2)
10964 Points ∼63% -4%
Average of class Smartphone
  (4436 - 19200, n=213, last 2 years)
10352 Points ∼60% -9%
CrossMark - Overall
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
Apple A16 Bionic, A16 GPU 5-Core, 6144
1329 Points ∼100% +50%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Samsung Exynos 2200, Xclipse 920, 8192
1129 Points ∼85% +27%
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 12288
1103 Points ∼83% +24%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Google Tensor, Mali-G78 MP20, 12288
906 Points ∼68% +2%
Average Google Tensor G2
  (886 - 898, n=2)
892 Points ∼67% +1%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 8192
887 Points ∼67% 0%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Google Tensor G2, Mali-G710 MP7, 12288
886 Points ∼67%
OnePlus 10T
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 16384
806 Points ∼61% -9%
Average of class Smartphone
  (226 - 1332, n=95, last 2 years)
770 Points ∼58% -13%
BaseMark OS II
Overall
OnePlus 10T
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 16384
8320 Points ∼100% +35%
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 12288
8164 Points ∼98% +32%
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, Adreno 730, 8192
7345 Points ∼88% +19%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Samsung Exynos 2200, Xclipse 920, 8192
7186 Points ∼86% +17%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 8192
6423 Points ∼77% +4%
Average Google Tensor G2
  (6164 - 6247, n=2)
6206 Points ∼75% +1%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Google Tensor G2, Mali-G710 MP7, 12288
6164 Points ∼74%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Google Tensor, Mali-G78 MP20, 12288
6053 Points ∼73% -2%
Average of class Smartphone
  (411 - 8753, n=178, last 2 years)
4612 Points ∼55% -25%
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
Apple A16 Bionic, A16 GPU 5-Core, 6144
Points ∼0% -100%
System
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 12288
13412 Points ∼100% +44%
OnePlus 10T
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 16384
12230 Points ∼91% +32%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Samsung Exynos 2200, Xclipse 920, 8192
11373 Points ∼85% +22%
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, Adreno 730, 8192
11336 Points ∼85% +22%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 8192
10212 Points ∼76% +10%
Average Google Tensor G2
  (9294 - 9601, n=2)
9448 Points ∼70% +2%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Google Tensor G2, Mali-G710 MP7, 12288
9294 Points ∼69%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Google Tensor, Mali-G78 MP20, 12288
9009 Points ∼67% -3%
Average of class Smartphone
  (2083 - 19657, n=178, last 2 years)
8151 Points ∼61% -12%
Memory
OnePlus 10T
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 16384
8822 Points ∼100% +62%
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 12288
8777 Points ∼99% +61%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Samsung Exynos 2200, Xclipse 920, 8192
6844 Points ∼78% +25%
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, Adreno 730, 8192
6697 Points ∼76% +23%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Google Tensor, Mali-G78 MP20, 12288
6336 Points ∼72% +16%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 8192
6152 Points ∼70% +13%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Google Tensor G2, Mali-G710 MP7, 12288
5456 Points ∼62%
Average Google Tensor G2
  (5392 - 5456, n=2)
5424 Points ∼61% -1%
Average of class Smartphone
  (670 - 11617, n=178, last 2 years)
5192 Points ∼59% -5%
Graphics
OnePlus 10T
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 16384
24037 Points ∼100% +47%
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, Adreno 730, 8192
21477 Points ∼89% +31%
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 12288
19247 Points ∼80% +18%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Samsung Exynos 2200, Xclipse 920, 8192
17475 Points ∼73% +7%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 8192
16742 Points ∼70% +2%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Google Tensor G2, Mali-G710 MP7, 12288
16375 Points ∼68%
Average Google Tensor G2
  (16001 - 16375, n=2)
16188 Points ∼67% -1%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Google Tensor, Mali-G78 MP20, 12288
13319 Points ∼55% -19%
Average of class Smartphone
  (697 - 26660, n=178, last 2 years)
8874 Points ∼37% -46%
Web
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Samsung Exynos 2200, Xclipse 920, 8192
1960 Points ∼100% +13%
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 12288
1960 Points ∼100% +13%
OnePlus 10T
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 16384
1833 Points ∼94% +5%
Average Google Tensor G2
  (1739 - 1838, n=2)
1789 Points ∼91% +3%
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, Adreno 730, 8192
1785 Points ∼91% +3%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Google Tensor, Mali-G78 MP20, 12288
1765 Points ∼90% +1%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Google Tensor G2, Mali-G710 MP7, 12288
1739 Points ∼89%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 8192
1686 Points ∼86% -3%
Average of class Smartphone
  (10 - 2392, n=178, last 2 years)
1406 Points ∼72% -19%
UL Procyon AI Inference - Overall Score
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, Adreno 730, 8192
78964 Points ∼100% +85%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 8192
68954 Points ∼87% +62%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Google Tensor G2, Mali-G710 MP7, 12288
42662 Points ∼54%
Average Google Tensor G2
  (42556 - 42662, n=2)
42609 Points ∼54% 0%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Google Tensor, Mali-G78 MP20, 12288
27946 Points ∼35% -34%
Average of class Smartphone
  (207 - 84787, n=97, last 2 years)
23194 Points ∼29% -46%
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 12288
14572 Points ∼18% -66%
OnePlus 10T
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 16384
11648 Points ∼15% -73%
AImark - Score v2.x
Average of class Smartphone
  (1043 - 286905, n=155, last 2 years)
52108 Points ∼100% +772%
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
Apple A16 Bionic, A16 GPU 5-Core, 6144
38169 Points ∼73% +539%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 8192
7865 Points ∼15% +32%
OnePlus 10T
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 16384
6955 Points ∼13% +16%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Samsung Exynos 2200, Xclipse 920, 8192
6323 Points ∼12% +6%
Average Google Tensor G2
  (5976 - 6131, n=2)
6054 Points ∼12% +1%
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 12288
6034 Points ∼12% +1%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Google Tensor G2, Mali-G710 MP7, 12288
5976 Points ∼11%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Google Tensor, Mali-G78 MP20, 12288
5782 Points ∼11% -3%
Geekbench ML
TensorFlow Lite CPU 0.5
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
Apple A16 Bionic, A16 GPU 5-Core, 6144
1016 Points ∼100% +218%
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 12288
568 Points ∼56% +78%
Average of class Smartphone
  (196 - 1043, n=11, last 2 years)
533 Points ∼52% +67%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Google Tensor G2, Mali-G710 MP7, 12288
319 Points ∼31%
Average Google Tensor G2
 
319 Points ∼31% 0%
TensorFlow Lite GPU 0.5
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
Apple A16 Bionic, A16 GPU 5-Core, 6144
2540 Points ∼100% +153%
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 12288
2186 Points ∼86% +118%
Average of class Smartphone
  (388 - 2540, n=9, last 2 years)
1656 Points ∼65% +65%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Google Tensor G2, Mali-G710 MP7, 12288
1002 Points ∼39%
Average Google Tensor G2
 
1002 Points ∼39% 0%
TensorFlow Lite NNAPI / Core ML 0.5
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
Apple A16 Bionic, A16 GPU 5-Core, 6144
3204 Points ∼100% +48%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Google Tensor G2, Mali-G710 MP7, 12288
2164 Points ∼68%
Average Google Tensor G2
 
2164 Points ∼68% 0%
Average of class Smartphone
  (127 - 3204, n=10, last 2 years)
1419 Points ∼44% -34%
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730, 12288
619 Points ∼19% -71%

For graphics acceleration, the Google Pixel 7 Pro uses an ARM Mali-G710 MP7, integrated into the SoC, which is the weakest GPU from this series to date. The more powerful G710 MP10 is used in the ROG Phone 6D, for example. Even a variant with up to 16 cores would be possible on ARM's part.

In terms of performance, the diagnosis is mixed. If the older OpenGL ES API is used, the Pixel smartphone is able to double its performance in some places. Unfortunately, the situation is different with the modern Vulkan API, where increases are only in the low single-digit percentage range. While performance is still very high, it offers less reserves in view of the smartphone's long lifespan. 

3DMark / Wild Life Extreme Unlimited
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
A16 GPU 5-Core, A16, 128 GB NVMe
3196 Points ∼100% +77%
OnePlus 10T
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
2876 Points ∼90% +59%
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
2768 Points ∼87% +53%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
2754 Points ∼86% +52%
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1
2047 Points ∼64% +13%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Mali-G78 MP20, Tensor, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
1998 Points ∼63% +11%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Xclipse 920, Exynos 2200, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
1935 Points ∼61% +7%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Mali-G710 MP7, Tensor G2, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
1807 Points ∼57%
3DMark / Wild Life Extreme
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
A16 GPU 5-Core, A16, 128 GB NVMe
3365 Points ∼100% +82%
OnePlus 10T
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
2824 Points ∼84% +53%
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
2796 Points ∼83% +51%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
2786 Points ∼83% +51%
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1
2488 Points ∼74% +35%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Xclipse 920, Exynos 2200, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
2202 Points ∼65% +19%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Mali-G78 MP20, Tensor, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
1973 Points ∼59% +7%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Mali-G710 MP7, Tensor G2, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
1847 Points ∼55%
3DMark / Wild Life Unlimited Score
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
A16 GPU 5-Core, A16, 128 GB NVMe
12367 Points ∼100% +84%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
11075 Points ∼90% +65%
OnePlus 10T
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
10989 Points ∼89% +64%
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
10982 Points ∼89% +63%
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1
9268 Points ∼75% +38%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Xclipse 920, Exynos 2200, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
7890 Points ∼64% +17%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Mali-G78 MP20, Tensor, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
7057 Points ∼57% +5%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Mali-G710 MP7, Tensor G2, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
6721 Points ∼54%
3DMark / Sling Shot Extreme (Vulkan) Unlimited Physics
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1
3611 Points ∼100%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Xclipse 920, Exynos 2200, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
Points ∼0%
3DMark / Sling Shot Extreme (Vulkan) Unlimited Graphics
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1
20329 Points ∼100%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Xclipse 920, Exynos 2200, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
Points ∼0%
3DMark / Sling Shot Extreme (Vulkan) Unlimited
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1
10020 Points ∼100%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Xclipse 920, Exynos 2200, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
Points ∼0%
3DMark / Sling Shot Extreme (ES 3.1) Unlimited Physics
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
5857 Points ∼100% +25%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
5564 Points ∼95% +19%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Mali-G710 MP7, Tensor G2, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
4672 Points ∼80%
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1
4009 Points ∼68% -14%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Mali-G78 MP20, Tensor, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
3919 Points ∼67% -16%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Xclipse 920, Exynos 2200, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
3909 Points ∼67% -16%
OnePlus 10T
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
3224 Points ∼55% -31%
3DMark / Sling Shot Extreme (ES 3.1) Unlimited Graphics
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
20640 Points ∼100% +88%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
20452 Points ∼99% +86%
OnePlus 10T
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
19768 Points ∼96% +80%
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1
17859 Points ∼87% +63%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Xclipse 920, Exynos 2200, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
14680 Points ∼71% +34%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Mali-G710 MP7, Tensor G2, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
10987 Points ∼53%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Mali-G78 MP20, Tensor, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
10733 Points ∼52% -2%
3DMark / Sling Shot Extreme (ES 3.1) Unlimited
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
13223 Points ∼100% +57%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
12876 Points ∼97% +52%
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1
10103 Points ∼76% +20%
OnePlus 10T
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
9255 Points ∼70% +10%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Xclipse 920, Exynos 2200, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
9105 Points ∼69% +8%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Mali-G710 MP7, Tensor G2, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
8449 Points ∼64%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Mali-G78 MP20, Tensor, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
7742 Points ∼59% -8%
GFXBench (DX / GLBenchmark) 2.7 / T-Rex Onscreen
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
144 fps ∼100% +20%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Mali-G710 MP7, Tensor G2, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
120 fps ∼83%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
120 fps ∼83% 0%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Xclipse 920, Exynos 2200, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
119 fps ∼83% -1%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Mali-G78 MP20, Tensor, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
101 fps ∼70% -16%
OnePlus 10T
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
60 fps ∼42% -50%
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
A16 GPU 5-Core, A16, 128 GB NVMe
60 fps ∼42% -50%
GFXBench (DX / GLBenchmark) 2.7 / T-Rex Offscreen
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
459 fps ∼100% +83%
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
456 fps ∼99% +82%
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
A16 GPU 5-Core, A16, 128 GB NVMe
455 fps ∼99% +81%
OnePlus 10T
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
435 fps ∼95% +73%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Xclipse 920, Exynos 2200, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
320 fps ∼70% +27%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Mali-G710 MP7, Tensor G2, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
251 fps ∼55%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Mali-G78 MP20, Tensor, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
125 fps ∼27% -50%
GFXBench 3.0 / Manhattan Onscreen OGL
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
144 fps ∼100% +71%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
120 fps ∼83% +43%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Xclipse 920, Exynos 2200, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
119 fps ∼83% +42%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Mali-G710 MP7, Tensor G2, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
84 fps ∼58%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Mali-G78 MP20, Tensor, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
65 fps ∼45% -23%
OnePlus 10T
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
60 fps ∼42% -29%
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
A16 GPU 5-Core, A16, 128 GB NVMe
60 fps ∼42% -29%
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1
60 fps ∼42% -29%
GFXBench 3.0 / 1080p Manhattan Offscreen
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
A16 GPU 5-Core, A16, 128 GB NVMe
289 fps ∼100% +108%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
275 fps ∼95% +98%
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
237 fps ∼82% +71%
OnePlus 10T
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
221 fps ∼76% +59%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Xclipse 920, Exynos 2200, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
214 fps ∼74% +54%
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1
182 fps ∼63% +31%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Mali-G710 MP7, Tensor G2, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
139 fps ∼48%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Mali-G78 MP20, Tensor, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
89 fps ∼31% -36%
GFXBench 3.1 / Manhattan ES 3.1 Onscreen
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
119 fps ∼100% +113%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
116 fps ∼97% +107%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Xclipse 920, Exynos 2200, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
114 fps ∼96% +104%
OnePlus 10T
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
60 fps ∼50% +7%
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
A16 GPU 5-Core, A16, 128 GB NVMe
60 fps ∼50% +7%
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1
60 fps ∼50% +7%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Mali-G710 MP7, Tensor G2, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
56 fps ∼47%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Mali-G78 MP20, Tensor, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
42 fps ∼35% -25%
GFXBench 3.1 / Manhattan ES 3.1 Offscreen
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
A16 GPU 5-Core, A16, 128 GB NVMe
187 fps ∼100% +85%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
185 fps ∼99% +83%
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
179 fps ∼96% +77%
OnePlus 10T
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
171 fps ∼91% +69%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Xclipse 920, Exynos 2200, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
130 fps ∼70% +29%
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1
117 fps ∼63% +16%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Mali-G710 MP7, Tensor G2, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
101 fps ∼54%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Mali-G78 MP20, Tensor, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
65 fps ∼35% -36%
GFXBench / Car Chase Onscreen
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
89 fps ∼100% +141%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
75 fps ∼84% +103%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Xclipse 920, Exynos 2200, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
73 fps ∼82% +97%
OnePlus 10T
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
60 fps ∼67% +62%
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
A16 GPU 5-Core, A16, 128 GB NVMe
60 fps ∼67% +62%
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1
49 fps ∼55% +32%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Mali-G710 MP7, Tensor G2, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
37 fps ∼42%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Mali-G78 MP20, Tensor, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
30 fps ∼34% -19%
GFXBench / Car Chase Offscreen
OnePlus 10T
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
108 fps ∼100% +59%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
106 fps ∼98% +56%
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
103 fps ∼95% +51%
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
A16 GPU 5-Core, A16, 128 GB NVMe
98 fps ∼91% +44%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Xclipse 920, Exynos 2200, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
72 fps ∼67% +6%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Mali-G710 MP7, Tensor G2, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
68 fps ∼63%
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1
66 fps ∼61% -3%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Mali-G78 MP20, Tensor, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
48 fps ∼44% -29%
GFXBench / Aztec Ruins High Tier Onscreen
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
68 fps ∼100% +143%
OnePlus 10T
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
59 fps ∼87% +111%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Xclipse 920, Exynos 2200, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
54 fps ∼79% +93%
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
A16 GPU 5-Core, A16, 128 GB NVMe
54 fps ∼79% +93%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
53 fps ∼78% +89%
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1
41 fps ∼60% +46%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Mali-G78 MP20, Tensor, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
32 fps ∼47% +14%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Mali-G710 MP7, Tensor G2, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
28 fps ∼41%
GFXBench / Aztec Ruins High Tier Offscreen
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
52 fps ∼100% +68%
OnePlus 10T
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
44 fps ∼85% +42%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
44 fps ∼85% +42%
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
A16 GPU 5-Core, A16, 128 GB NVMe
41 fps ∼79% +32%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Xclipse 920, Exynos 2200, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
31 fps ∼60% 0%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Mali-G710 MP7, Tensor G2, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
31 fps ∼60%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Mali-G78 MP20, Tensor, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
30 fps ∼58% -3%
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1
29 fps ∼56% -6%
GFXBench / Aztec Ruins Normal Tier Onscreen
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
104 fps ∼100% +174%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
80 fps ∼77% +111%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Xclipse 920, Exynos 2200, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
67 fps ∼64% +76%
OnePlus 10T
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
60 fps ∼58% +58%
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
A16 GPU 5-Core, A16, 128 GB NVMe
60 fps ∼58% +58%
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1
57 fps ∼55% +50%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Mali-G78 MP20, Tensor, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
43 fps ∼41% +13%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Mali-G710 MP7, Tensor G2, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
38 fps ∼37%
GFXBench / Aztec Ruins Normal Tier Offscreen
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
A16 GPU 5-Core, A16, 128 GB NVMe
133 fps ∼100% +77%
OnePlus 10T
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
123 fps ∼92% +64%
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
119 fps ∼89% +59%
Xiaomi 12T Pro 5G
Adreno 730, SD 8+ Gen 1, 256 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
116 fps ∼87% +55%
Google Pixel 7 Pro
Mali-G710 MP7, Tensor G2, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
75 fps ∼56%
Sony Xperia 5 IV
Adreno 730, SD 8 Gen 1
74 fps ∼56% -1%
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Mali-G78 MP20, Tensor, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
69 fps ∼52% -8%
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Xclipse 920, Exynos 2200, 128 GB UFS 3.1 Flash
60 fps ∼45% -20%

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