A new smartphone from Google, codenamed ‘Tokay’, has been identified in the Geekbench 5 benchmark database, according to a recent report from MyPriceSmart.
This device, supposedly the upcoming Pixel 9, features a new chipset, potentially the Tensor G4, Google’s fourth-generation chipset. It reportedly achieved a score of 1082 points in the single-score test and 3121 points in the multi-core score. However, the report notes that these scores are slightly lower than the current flagships, the Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro, which is quite surprising.
The benchmark data also provides additional information, revealing that the chipset is an octa-core processor. The main core runs at 3.10 GHz, three cores run at 2.60 GHz, and four cores run at 1.95 GHz. Additionally, the device is equipped with a Mali G715 GPU and 8 GB of RAM.
Without concrete details, it remains a challenge to predict the final performance of the upcoming Tensor G4. More information is expected to emerge in the coming months. Traditionally, Google reveals initial details about its upcoming Pixel phones at the Google I/O event. However, it is still uncertain whether this will happen this year.
In related news, Google is also said to be working on the next-generation Pixel 8a and Pixel Fold. The Pixel Fold is also said to feature the Tensor G4 chipset and could skip the Tensor G3 chipset entirely when it launches later this year. The new foldable could feature a narrower cover screen compared to the current Pixel Fold, and the overall aspect ratio of the interior screen may resemble a square, reminiscent of the OnePlus Open.
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first published: February 12, 2024, 10:41 IST