A week before the official presentation in the database of Geekbench 5 benchmark appeared the results of the performance test smartphone Google Pixel 6 with a proprietary processor Tensor.
The Geekbench 5 tested a modification with 8GB of RAM based on Android 12 operating system. The result in Single-Core mode was 1027 points. In the test of all cores, the smartphone was able to score 2706 points. Also benchmark has confirmed that the graphics subsystem in the chip Tensor is represented by a video accelerator Mali-G78.
Recall that the last generation Pixel is equipped with the Snapdragon 765G processor. The last smartphone with the flagship SoC Google released back in 2019. Then came the Pixel 4 on Snapdragon 855. It managed to score in Single-Core and Multi-Core modes respectively 663 and 2178 points.
Samsung Galaxy S20 on Snapdragon 865 scores 2989 points in the All-Core test and 822 points in the Single-Core test. The modification on Exynos 990 was noticeably worse at 764 points and 2,567 points respectively.
The new generation smartphone Samsung Galaxy S21 with the Snapdragon 888 single-core system in Single-Core mode, too, lost to the Pixel 6, scoring 898 points. But already in Multi-Core it took revenge, giving out 2961 points.
As we can see, synthetic tests suggest that Google Pixel 6 shouldn't have any performance problems.