Google Pixel 6 with SoC Tensor showed its capabilities for the first time in the benchmark

 A few days before the official presentation, the standard version of the Google Pixel 6 smartphone was first tested in the popular Geekbench benchmark application.

The Google Pixel 6 will be the first Google smartphone to use its proprietary Tensor SoC. According to Google, the Pixel 6 series will be far ahead of any smartphones the company has released in the past. Geekbench confirms that this device will ship with a Mali G78 GPU. The Google Pixel 6 scored 1027 points in the single-core test, as well as 2706 points when using all cores.

The single-core test score is higher than that of the Snapdragon 888 SoC, while the Tensor's multi-core score is lower. The tested model is equipped with 8 GB of RAM.

Yesterday, sources published spy photos of the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro showing the design of the bezels of smartphones. Photos confirm that the smartphones have received a single hole for the front camera, while the Google Pixel 6 has wider bezels around the perimeter than the Google Pixel 6 Pro. The older model has a slightly curved screen at the sides, and the chin is about the same as that of the Google Pixel 6.

The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will be unveiled on October 19.

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