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Pixel 8 series users can’t view benchmark results, is Google hiding something?

Google recently made a decision to block users of the Pixel 8 series from accessing benchmark results, notably the devices are running on the powerful Tensor G3 processor. This move has raised questions and speculation about whether Google is intentionally hiding something.

As per the latest information, Google has blocked reviewers of the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro from installing benchmark from the Play Store including Geekbench and 3D Mark, and consider its results.

Benchmark results are crucial for users to evaluate the performance of their devices. By blocking access to these results, Google is limiting the transparency and ability of Pixel 8 series users to make informed decisions about their devices.

The Pixel 8 series is Google’s flagship lineup of smartphones, known for its high-quality camera, sleek design, and stock Android experience. However, the decision to restrict benchmark results has left some users wondering if there are underlying issues or shortcomings that Google is trying to conceal.

Meanwhile, some users have dodged this limitation and run these benchmarking apps on Pixel 8 series devices. As per the result, the Tensor G3 chip scores much lower than the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen2 chip in both single-core and multi-core tests. The GPU efficiency of the Tensor G3 chip is also behind the Snapdragon series.

Whether Google is intentionally hiding something or simply trying to control the narrative remains a topic of debate. However, this move has underscored the importance of transparency and unbiased information for users when making purchasing decisions.

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Pixel 8 series users can’t view benchmark results, is Google hiding something?

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