Google Pixel 6 With Tensor Chip and 8GB of RAM Benchmarked on Geekbench Before Launch on October 19

Ahead of the launch, the vanilla Pixel 6 is listed on Geekbench, revealing some key details.

Google Pixel 6 Pro

Google is gearing up for the Pixel 6 series launch. The flagship Google smartphone series will debut on October 19 in the US. There is no word on the Pixel 6 series launch in India at the moment. Google has so far confirmed the availability of its devices in eight countries, and India is not a part of that list. The company has also confirmed some other details of the Pixel phones. They will be the first set of Google smartphones to feature the company-developed Tensor chip. Ahead of the launch, the vanilla Pixel 6 is listed on Geekbench, revealing some key details.

Google Pixel 6 Geekbench

The Google Pixel 6 has visited Geekbench, confirming some key performance details of the device. It will launch in the US on October 19. We already know that the Google flagship smartphones launching later this month will feature a Tensor chip. The Geekbench listing reveals the benchmark scores of the Pixel phones. It scored 1027 and 2706 in Geekbench 5’s single-core and multi-core tests. The listing further reveals that the performance unit will include a Mali G78 GPU under the hood. 

The variant listed on Geekbench has 8GB of RAM. We can expect Google to launch the phone in 128GB and 256GB variants. It will run Android 12 out of the box.

Other details of the vanilla Pixel 6 confirmed include a 6.4-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate support. Unlike the Pro model, the display on the vanilla model is flat. The phone will have a dual-camera setup on the back with a 50MP primary camera and a 12MP ultrawide camera. The phone is also said to feature 33W fast charging support. It will also come with Google’s Titan M2 security chip and an IP68 rating.

Google will confirm more details of the device at the event on October 19. What are your thoughts on the Google Pixel 6 series? Do let us know in the comments below.

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