Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro’s Antutu Benchmark position was released

The AnTuTu benchmark 10 scores for the Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro reveal their performance, securing the 94th and 97th position, thanks to its Google Tensor G3 chipset. The latest leak has given us all the important specifications and features of both phones. Let’s dive in to understand better how these new devices will fare against their competitors.

RankDeviceAnTuTu Benchmark ScoreChipsetGPURAM
90Xiaomi Poco F51102618Snapdragon 7 Plus Gen 2Adreno 72512 GB
91Vivo X801094784MediaTek Dimensity 9000Mali-G710 MC1012 GB
92Xiaomi Redmi K50 Gaming1093682Snapdragon 8 Gen 1Adreno 73012 GB
93Tecno Phantom X2 Pro1092321MediaTek Dimensity 9000Mali-G710 MC1012 GB
94Google Pixel 81089187Google Tensor G3Immortalis-G715s MC108 GB
95Realme GT2 Pro1086028Snapdragon 8 Gen 1Adreno 73012 GB
96Xiaomi Redmi Note 12 Turbo1085138Snapdragon 7 Plus Gen 2Adreno 72516 GB
97Google Pixel 8 Pro1081944Google Tensor G3Immortalis-G715s MC1012 GB
98OnePlus Ace 2V1079003MediaTek Dimensity 9000Mali-G710 MC1016 GB
99Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 41063666Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1Adreno 7308 GB
100Realme GT Neo 5 SE1045124Snapdragon 7 Plus Gen2Adreno 72516 GB

Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro’s Processor and GPU Performance Comparision:

Both of Google’s upcoming devices will use Google Tensor G3 chipset and Immortalis-G715s MC10 GPU. The early benchmark reveals that the Google Pixel 8 secured the 94th position with a score of 1089187. This achievement showcases the device’s performance capabilities, as it’s powered by Google’s custom chipset, the Google Tensor G3. The position of the Google Pixel 8 Pro is ranked at 97 with a score of 1081944. From the benchmark score, we can assume that the Google Tensor G3 chipset’s performance will be somewhere between last year’s flagship chipset Snapdragon 8 Gen 1/MediaTek Dimensity 9000, and this year’s flagship chipset Snapdragon 8 Gen 2/MediaTek Dimensity 9200. Pixel 7 scored 913430 at the same benchmark, so Pixel 8 is showing a 19% Performance improvement over its predecessor.


In conclusion, we can say that Google’s upcoming devices are not showing any significant improvement from its competitor in the early benchmark score. However, it’s showing a great improvement than its predecessor. Also, we have to remember that Google is known for Two things. How to get the best from their device by optimizing and fine-tuning their software. And make their great software experience override any lack of their hardware. So, we are expecting to see some surprises within these predictable hardware configurations.

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