Google’s flagships have usually had a tad less performance than their direct rivals, with the first gen using a down-clocked Snapdragon 821, while the Pixel 4 generation missed on the plus version of the Snapdragon 855 and used the original version. This year the Pixel 5 took things further by going for the mid-range Snapdragon 765G and it turns out that’s not even the entire story. It turns out that the chipset actually doesn’t deliver nearly as much processing power as its 765 peers.

During our review, we actually requested another Google Pixel 5 phone as we suspected the first…

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