Pixel : pourquoi Google n'en a rien à faire que ses processeurs Tensor ne tombent pas de record en benchmark (2023)

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saerdryl

bien sur quand on s 'est pas faire de bon CPU on dit que c était pas l’objectif…

Proutie66

En soit, le CPU est très bon. Ca lag quedal.<br />Les. benchs de l’iphone sont les bench de l’iphone. Personne ne sait faire ça sur Android en ce moment.<br />Et c’est pas vraiment utile.

TAURUS31

Laisse moi deviner tu as un iPhone ?<br />D’après les différentes tests effectués par autant de site différents, les pixels sont fluides et performants.<br />C’est comme un moteur de voiture, tu peux le donner à deux constructeurs différents et selon l’optimisation, l’environnement ils fonctionneront de manière différente.

saerdryl

je n ai pas un iphone mais un oneplus 10 pro

saerdryl

mais un poco phone a 350 € ne lag pas. mais a 900 € j aimerais un cpu plus costaud. surtout que le tensor se fait pourrir par les cpu du debut 2022 fin 2021. la nouvelle generation chez qualcomm arrive maintenant et les tensor vont encore plus sombrer dans les fin fond des bench. alors pour un tel a 500 € ok mais pas a ce prix car dans 4 ans ton tensor il va pédaller dans le sable pour jouer.

Procyon92

Il existe des benchs en ML également même s’ils sont moins repris. Apple communique aussi la dessus.<br />Cela fait un certain temps que les téléphones (milieu ou haut de gamme) ne laguent pas.<br />Après il faut bien essayer de dire ce qui change d’une année sur l’autre.<br />Google a le droit de renommer les mêmes processeurs ce ne sera pas les premiers.

Pernel

C’est pas parce qu’il bat pas des records que c’est mauvais. Tu roules en Chiron, Jesko ? Non, bah c’est de la merde ta voiture…

MisterDams

Il faut dire que benchmark garde son biais, c’est un bon outil mais plus ça va et moins il est suffisant maintenant que quasiment tout le marché sait faire les tâches du quotidien de façon efficace.<br />Typiquement, si je mesure le temps qu’il faut pour identifier le titre d’une chanson, possible que l’iPhone fasse mieux pour l’opération «déverrouiller, ouvrir Shazam, identifier le titre» qu’un Pixel 7 Pro.<br />Sauf que le Pixel identifie les chansons qui passent en permanence, il peut donner donc donner le titre avant même que l’utilisateur ne lui demande.<br />Du coup, lequel est le plus performant ?<br />C’est clairement ce type de scénario que défend Google ici. Sauf que ce sont des scénarios très ciblés, il faudrait les mettre en relief avec les taux d’utilisation, qui sont propres à chaque utilisateur.<br />Mais clairement pour celui qui va vouloir jouer à un jeu AAA ou utiliser la VR, un moment donné c’est quand même le benchmark qui va reprendre le dessus dans les critères…

mrassol

Procyon92:<br />Cela fait un certain temps que les téléphones (milieu ou haut de gamme) ne laguent pas.<br />On va encore me traiter de fanboy, mais j’ai régulierement des haut de gamme android en main et c’est pas fluide, y’a peut etre 240Hz et 12Go de ram, les animations ne sont pas fluides, dernier exemple, un S22 juste sorti de la boite et mis a jour avec un compte Google tout neuf, bah c’était pas fluide …

brice_wernet

Mon smartphone a 6 ans, mas tablette 8. Ce n’est pas le CPU qui pêche, c’est androïd et sa gestion de la RAM, et aussi le stockage qui est lent.<br />Et avoir des CPU moins performants, s’ils sont moins énergivores, c’est très bien aussi. Ce que je demande à mon tel, c’est de ne pas me réclamer une recharge tous les jours.

bmustang

très bonnes explications pour ceux qui s’arrêteront au titre, 900€ pourquoi ? si un un modèle à 500 balles fait aussi bien !

Pernel

Bah écoute, j’ai un pote qui ne vois que Apple (iphone, plusieurs Mac etc), il n’a pas vu de différence de fluidité ou de réactivité avec mon Note 10+ pourtant en 60Hz, il n’avait pas vu de différence non plus avec mon OnePlus 2 à l’époque.<br />L’absence de fluidité des Android c’est dans ta tête. Tous les tests te contredisent. Même un Android à 300€ est ultra fluide (sauf dans les gros jeux mais c’est pas fait pour) et ça depuis des années, même avec 4 Go de RAM.

mrassol

Ne confonds pas réactivité et fluidité.<br />Rapide = réactif<br />Fluide = animation qui ne saccade pas, un scroll qui n’accroche pas<br />Oui c’est réactif, mais pas fluide

MattS32

saerdryl:<br />mais pas a ce prix car dans 4 ans ton tensor il va pédaller dans le sable pour jouer.<br />Tu sais, y a plein de gens pour qui le jeu n’est absolument pas une priorité… Personnellement par exemple, ayant un usage professionnel de mon téléphone, j’accorde bien plus d’importance au fait que dans 4 ans il recevra encore des mises à jour de sécurité qu’au fait que dans 4 ans il arrivera encore à faire tourner le dernier jeu de la mort qui tue dont je me fout complètement…

Pernel

mrassol:<br />Ne confonds pas réactivité et fluidité.<br /> Pernel:<br />de fluidité ou de réactivité<br />Allo !

Trophyman900

C’est marrant j’utilise les deux et jamais remarqué de différence de réactivité ou fluidité, a si le taux de recharge plus important sur l’iPhone X.

Delta243

Ayant l’heureux propriétaire d’un Huawei P30 pro depuis mai 2019.<br />Le soc kirin est connu pour ne pas avoir être très puissant malgré cela il était l’un des meilleurs en photo et en autonomie à sa sortie .<br />La puissance à l’état brut ne veux rien dire si le software ne suis pas ça sera de la même.<br />Ah oui après 3 ans et demi (environ) le p30 pro reste toujours fluide.<br />(il as toujours les services Google)<br />D’ailleurs le Google Pixel 7 pro me tente bien<br />900 euros contre 1420 euros l’iphone 14 pro ou 1200 euros le s22 ultra y’a pas photo <br />P. S l’écran du pixel 7 pro est juste magnifique et le design m’as étonner en bien (vu chez boulanger à Paris cet après-midi)

k43l

L’intérêt de la puissance des iPhone se fait principalement sur la vidéo et notamment le mode cinématiques qui crée a la volé les effets.<br />Le pixel sur ce domaine est à la ramasse sans compter que l’algorithme gère mal.<br />Il est la l’effet puissance. Plus besoin d’ordinateur pour de la création amateur.<br />C’est un peu comme au temps ou on disait au gens qu’il n’avait pas besoin de word. Open office suffisait.<br />Bref l’apport de puissance permet de faire beaucoup. Mais si ton tel est fluide et répond à ton besoin alors pas besoin de caractéristiques superficielle.<br />Je prends par exemple le 120hz qu’on veut nous vendre à tout va.<br />Si l’appareil est fluide le 60hz suffit. Surtout sur la taille de ces appareils… De sorte que passer d’un iPhone 13 pro max (compagne) a mon pixel 7 bridé volontairement à 60hz ne crée aucun manque de fluidité.<br />On arrive à un point où même Apple recycle ses processeurs pour créer des gammes. Et pour autant ce sont des produits que l’on peut recommander. Exemple ipad 9

Pernel

Très peu de monde va faire des effets «cinématiques», les gens font des vidéos simples (en portrait pour la plupart, beurk) et des photos à la volée, et dans ce domaine le pixel est roi.

LeChien

Suis sur 6a depuis fin juillet.<br />Je n’ai pas mis le proc en défaut avec mon usage et c’est tout ce qui m’importe.<br />Les benchmarks ne vont rien changer à ça.

phoenixpb

J’ai un pixel 6 pro dont je suis très très satisfait. Désolé mais il y a trop peu de différences par rapport au pixel 7 pro pour changer. Je vais attendre le Pixel 8 voir si je change

k43l

Oui ça dépend de l’usage comme souvent.<br />Ma compagne l’utilise beaucoup pour faire la promotion de son salon esthétique.<br />Ça marche plutôt bien et rend encore mieux sur Instagram qu’une vidéo simple.<br />Par compte à éviter sur les gens c’est pas encore assez bon et sûr pixel c’est juste horrible.

Pernel

Oui c’est une niche qui l’utilise comme ça, c’est très rare.

Pierre71

Dans les débuts de iPhone, la puissance n’était pas de mise et ça fonctionnait pourtant très bien , Google avec ses pixels ne joue pas sur la puissance et , ça fonctionne vraiment très bien , j’en suis à mon 2eme pixel , le 7 pro actuellement et , ça tourne franchement bien pour mes besoins , je ne joue pas avec mais ce n’est pas l’usage que je fais de mes phones .

Sassoun_Garac

Bonjour, j’ai un mi10 depuis plus de 2 ans, et il me convient à tous les niveaux.<br />A titre personnel je pense qu’autant il y a quelques années avoir un processeur haut de gamme pouvait servir notamment pour le traitement des photos, vidéos et jeux.<br />Mais je pense que cela est de moins en moins vrai.<br />En effet les puces milieu de gamme, arrivent très bien à le faire aussi, sauf peux être dans certains cas pour certains jeux, mais pensez vous vraiment que les créateurs d’une app vont visés les 5% de personnes qui auront un tel avec un processeur haut de gamme pour leur jeu ?

Pierre71

Il y aura de toute façon toujours des fans de benchmarks, de iPhone , Samsung et tant d’autres , Google est sur le marché premium depuis 2021 , ça c’est fait , Apple a mis du temps aussi à sortir du lourd , laissons le temps a Google de s’affirmer et nous verrons

FAQs

What does the Tensor chip do for pixel? ›

Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro , coming in October , will have the next-gen Google Tensor chip to keep making Pixel phones even more helpful, with personalized features added to photos, videos, security, and speech recognition.

Is the Tensor 2 chip good? ›

It's the second-generation chip to be made by Google. While it only offers choice upgrades compared to the first Tensor chip that launched with the Google Pixel 6 series, it offers improvements in all the right areas.

Does Pixel 6 have Tensor chip? ›

Tensor is Google's first ever attempt at building a custom SoC — here's why that is significant. The Pixel 6 was the first smartphone to feature Google's bespoke mobile system on a chip (SoC), dubbed Google Tensor.

Who makes Google Tensor? ›

The new line of Google Pixel smartphones and products will feature this new mobile chip, said to feature improved machine learning and processing.

Is Tensor better than 888? ›

The GeekBench test and CPU portion of Speed Test G show that the Tensor's CPU is more in line with the Snapdragon 865 series than the Snapdragon 888 and Exynos 2100.

Is Tensor a Samsung chip? ›

The Tensor G2 is co-developed by Google and Samsung's System LSI arm, while the fabrication is done by Samsung Foundry. While this is a new chip, the Geekbench scores are a bit disappointing as it shows only marginally performance improvement over the original Tensor.

Is Google Tensor chip better than Snapdragon? ›

You can expect a similarly competitive performance in the graphics department. Benchmarks put the large 20-core Mali-G78 Google Tensor a little ahead of 2021's Snapdragon 888. But with a 30% graphics boost, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 regains that crown handily.

Is Google Tensor as good as Snapdragon? ›

Comparing the 7-core Mali G710 GPU on the Google Tensor G2 against Qualcomm and Apple's offerings, well, Google is again trailing behind. In terms of power efficiency, the Mali G710 GPU is definitely more power-efficient than Snapdragon 8 Gen 1's Adreno 730 GPU and comes close to A16 Bionic.

How fast is the Tensor chip? ›

The Tensor G2 chip features two "Big" CPU cores, two "Medium" cores and four "Small" cores, like its predecessor. Clock speeds are only a hair higher — literally just 5MHz and 10MHz across the Big and Medium cores — and Google is sticking with the Arm Cortex X1 and A55 chips with the Big and Small cores.

Can Pixel 6 Be Hacked? ›

A researcher has successfully used the critical Dirty Pipe vulnerability in Linux to fully root two models of Android phones—a Pixel 6 Pro and Samsung S22—in a hack that demonstrates the power of exploiting the newly discovered OS flaw.

Is Google Tensor a CPU? ›

The Tensor security core is a CPU-based subsystem that's separate from the main apps processor. It allows sensitive tasks and controls to run in an isolated and secure environment. Alongside Tensor will sit a co-processor, Google's next-generation, dedicated security chip called Titan M2.

Does Samsung make Google Tensor chip? ›

Ahead of the launch, Google has confirmed that it will be the Tensor G2 chip, made by Samsung, that will power the upcoming Pixel smartphones. The Tensor chip, which debuted last year with the Pixel 6 series, was Google's first in-house chip.

Who created Tensor chip? ›

Google debuted its own chipset, the Tensor, in 2021 with the Pixel 6 line of phones.

Which is better Dimensity 8100 or Snapdragon 888? ›

In the GeekBench 5 test, the Snapdragon 888 has a clear advantage over the Dimensity 8100 in the single core test. However, in the multi-core test, the 8100 comes out on top, beating the 300 by more than 888 points.

Which is better Dimensity 9000 or Snapdragon 888? ›

In terms of GPU, MediaTek claims 35% higher performance on the Dimensity 9000 than other flagship Android chipset from its competitors, and we can safely assume the Snapdragon 888 is being referred to here as well. The Dimension 9000 is also touted to bring 60% higher power efficiency with the new Mali GPU it is using.

Is 8gen1 better than 888? ›

Both chipsets have the same 1+3+4 cluster design. But the cores and frequency have changed in favor of the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset. The newer cores are more powerful and efficient. Overall, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1's CPU is 20% faster than the Snapdragon 888 while also reducing power usage by up to 30%.

Does Samsung use Tensor? ›

According to a new report, “Tensor G3” will stick with the same modem as the Pixel 7 series and pull from Samsung's latest chip developments. WinFuture reports that Google's next-generation smartphones will be using a chipset that carries the codename “Zuma.”

Does Samsung use Qualcomm chips? ›

The brand is generally known to use a combination of Qualcomm and its own Exynos chips inside its flagship Galaxy S phones. The Galaxy S22 series, for instance, uses both Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and Exynos 2200 in different markets.

Does Samsung have bionic chip? ›

In fact, there are only two companies up to the task: TSMC and Samsung's Semiconductor branch. Apple designs the Bionic chip, but TSMC is the company that currently produces it. This isn't to slight Samsung; plenty of Apple iPhone components are made by its biggest competitor.

Is Snapdragon better than Apple chip? ›

A16 Bionic vs Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1: Geekbench Score

In line with our estimate, the CPU on the A16 Bionic scores 1879 in the Geekbench single-core test and 4664 in the multi-core test. In comparison, the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 scored 1316 in the single-core test and 4199 in the multi-core test.

Is Snapdragon owned by Google? ›

Snapdragon is a suite of system on a chip (SoC) semiconductor products for mobile devices designed and marketed by Qualcomm Technologies Inc.

Is Snapdragon 778G better than Dimensity 1200? ›

Both chipsets are built on TSMC's 6 nm node but the Snapdragon 778G will almost definitely be more efficient as its performance cores all run at lower frequencies. The Dimensity 1200 is the better choice for gaming, but the Snapdragon 778G may well be a smarter option for average users.

Which Snapdragon is fastest? ›

The Snapdragon 845 is still one of the Android industry's most advanced processors, which has a proven record.

Does Google Pixel 6 have Snapdragon 888? ›

The Pixel 6 doesn't run on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chip found in nearly every other flagship Android phone like the Galaxy S21 and OnePlus 9 Pro. Instead, it runs on Google's Tensor processor. It's the first chip Google has made and was specifically designed by Google for the Pixel.

Is Snapdragon better than? ›

Characteristics of Snapdragon:

Less heat compared to Intel or MediaTek. Adreno, a graphics plug produced by Qualcomm, is always part of this chipset. Benchmark tests often show that the performance of the Snapdragon chipset is better than the rest.

Which processor is better than Snapdragon 888? ›

However, the Exynos 2100 is the winner in this category as all of its CPU cores are clocked higher than those of the Snapdragon 888 processor.

Which is the fastest mobile chip in the world? ›

Smartphone Processors Ranking
#ProcessorClock**
1A16 Bionic Apple3460 MHz
2Dimensity 9000 Plus MediaTek3200 MHz
3Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 Qualcomm3200 MHz
4A15 Bionic Apple3240 MHz
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How much powerful is Google Tensor? ›

The Tensor G2 gets two Cortex-X1 performance cores clocked at 2.85GHz as compared to the same performance cores clocked at 2.80GHz in the original Tensor. There are two Cortex-A78 medium cores clocked at 2.35GHz in the Tensor G2 as compared to Cortex-A76 clocked at 2.25GHz in last year's Tensor.

What do I dial to see if my phone has been hacked? ›

Use the code *#21# to see if hackers track your phone with malicious intent. You can also use this code to verify if your calls, messages, or other data are being diverted. It also shows your diverted information's status and the number to which the information is transferred.

Can hackers watch me through my phone? ›

On top of that, popular app developers aren't immune to accusations of watching you through your phone's camera. Generally, however, a stalker would need to install spyware on your device in order to compromise it. Hackers can gain access to your phone physically, through apps, media files, and even emojis.

Can you tell if your Android phone has been hacked? ›

Poor performance: If your phone shows sluggish performance like crashing of apps, freezing of the screen and unexpected restarts, it is a sign of a hacked device. Unrecognised apps: If you notice any unrecognised applications downloaded on your device, it could be the work of a hacker.

Does Pixel 6 have bugs? ›

Sluggish fingerprint sensor

The fingerprint sensor on the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro is slow and inconsistent on its own — easily the biggest blemish on otherwise excellent hardware. However, it's not the only issue with security on this phone.

Does the Pixel 6 have a lot of issues? ›

The Pixel 6 and 6 Pro have excellent displays, when they work. However, some users have reported multiple issues with the phone's display, from screen flickering and refresh rate problems to a green tint and the surprising issue of the screen randomly cracking without any physical impact.

Is Pixel 6 really that buggy? ›

I've found that flicking between my Pixel 6 Pro's various home screens and apps to be a jarring experience when once it was super smooth. My Pixel 6 Pro has slowly gotten so buggy since launch in October that I can no longer recommend it at $900. Combined with the latest botched update it's just been a bad experience.

Can you put a magnet near your phone? ›

No, a magnet will not damage your smartphone's

Apple iPhone and Android devices use NAND flash memory, which are not affected by magnets. Since there is nothing magnetic in solid state or flash drives and they have no moving mechanical parts, mobile devices are immune to magnetic fields.

Does my phone have a magnetic field sensor? ›

Does your Android phone have a magnetometer? Yup, chances are that it does as most Android devices do. Even if you have an old or a cheap phone, there's likely a magnetometer inside of it. And, there are a lot of apps out there that make use of that magnetometer to display a digital compass on your phone's screen.

Is it safe to put a magnet on your cell phone? ›

The idea stems from old gadgets like televisions, when much of the data was stored magnetically, using tiny bits of iron. However, with all the latest technological advancements, the truth is magnets won't interfere with your smartphone.

Is Google Tensor a GPU? ›

The Google Tensor SoC is the first smartphone processor from Google. It is positioned as a high end SoC and focuses on the integrated TPU for efficient AI and ML calculations.
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Google Tensor.
SeriesGoogle
GPUARM Mali-G78 MP20
64 Bit64 Bit support
ArchitectureARM
Announcement Date11/01/2021 = 367 days old
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Will Pixel 6A have Tensor? ›

The Pixel 6A's 12-megapixel f/1.7 main camera is borrowed from the Pixel 5A, with a couple of Tensor-enabled benefits. The 12-megapixel ultrawide camera is the same as the one on the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, and it's good but unremarkable.

What is the most powerful Android chip? ›

Best Android/Qualcomm Chip: Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1

The 8-core processor is found at the heart of the top Android phones including the Samsung Galaxy S22 series and the OnePlus 10 Pro. The 8-cores are split into three ARMv9 cores. It has 1 Cortex-X2 core, 3 A710 cores, and 4 A510 cores.

Does pixel 5 have Tensor chip? ›

The new Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are the first phones with the firm's Tensor processor, marking a major departure from the years-long reliance on Android SoC kingpin Qualcomm. However, it turns out that Google originally wanted last year's Pixel 5 to be equipped with a Tensor chipset instead.

What chip is in Samsung? ›

Exynos is the name of Samsung's smartphone processor family, spanning low-end budget smartphones to the company's $1,000+ flagship devices.

Who makes AI chips for Tesla? ›

Tesla's Semiconductor History

The FSD: Powering Tesla's self-driving software via AI inference, this chip is built upon Samsung's 14nm process and incorporates three, quad-core Cortex-A72 clusters.

What GPU has Tensor cores? ›

The Ampere GPU line, which feature both third generation Tensor Cores and second generation Ray Tracing cores, boosts throughput to unprecedented levels over the previous generations. This technology enables the A100 to have a throughput of 1555 GB/s, up from the 900 GB/s of the V100.

What does a Tensor core do? ›

Tensor Cores enable mixed-precision computing, dynamically adapting calculations to accelerate throughput while preserving accuracy. The latest generation of Tensor Cores are faster than ever on a broader array of AI and high-performance computing (HPC) tasks.

How good is Google Tensor processor? ›

The graphics processing unit (GPU) used in the new processor is ARM Mali G710 MP07 (as compared to Mali G78 MP20 in original Tensor). There is also an upgrade in Tensor Processing Unit (TPU) that, Google claims, offers “up to 60% faster” machine learning use and up to 20% more efficient.

Is Google tensor a CPU? ›

The Tensor security core is a CPU-based subsystem that's separate from the main apps processor. It allows sensitive tasks and controls to run in an isolated and secure environment. Alongside Tensor will sit a co-processor, Google's next-generation, dedicated security chip called Titan M2.

Is Tensor a GPU? ›

One of the key technologies in the latest generation of GPU microarchitecture releases from Nvidia is the Tensor Core. These specialized processing subunits, which have advanced with each generation since their introduction in Volta, accelerate GPU performance with the help of automatic mixed precision training.

Is Tensor from Samsung? ›

Google introduced its proprietary Tensor chipset with the Pixel 6 series and the company has since been improving the new processor for the next generation of Pixel devices.

Does the 3090 have Tensor cores? ›

The GeForce RTX 3090 Ti and 3090 are powered by Ampere—NVIDIA's 2nd gen RTX architecture. They feature dedicated 2nd gen RT Cores and 3rd gen Tensor Cores, streaming multiprocessors, and a staggering 24 GB of G6X memory to deliver high-quality performance for gamers and creators.

How many Tensor cores does a 3080 Mobile have? ›

Also included are 192 tensor cores which help improve the speed of machine learning applications. The card also has 48 raytracing acceleration cores. NVIDIA has paired 8 GB GDDR6 memory with the GeForce RTX 3080 Mobile, which are connected using a 256-bit memory interface.

Does the 3080 have Tensor cores? ›

The GeForce RTXTM 3080 Ti and RTX 3080 graphics cards deliver the performance that gamers crave, powered by Ampere—NVIDIA's 2nd gen RTX architecture. They are built with dedicated 2nd gen RT Cores and 3rd gen Tensor Cores, streaming multiprocessors, and G6X memory for an amazing gaming experience.

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