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Google Pixel 9 Spotted On Geekbench Database: Key Details Revealed

Google has recently unveiled Pixel 8a smartphone while the company is said to be working on Pixel 9 series and Pixel Fold 2 devices and these devices are expected to make their debut around October this year. A lot of information regarding these upcoming devices has already been revealed online.

Google Pixel 9 has now made its appearance on the Geekbench database and the listing of the smartphone has revealed some key highlights of the upcoming smartphone.

The device received a 1653 single-core score and a 3313 multi-core score. The database suggests that the smartphone will be powered by a Tensor G4 chipset with four cores clocked at 1.95GHz, three cores clocked at 2.60GHz, and one core clocked at 3.10GHz. Earlier it was revealed that Pixel 9 will run on Android 15 OS but the above image reveals that it will run on Android 14 OS. It is revealed to offer 8GB RAM and is equipped with Mali-G715 GPU.

Google Pixel 9 is expected to arrive with a 6.24-inch display. It is said to measure 152.8 x 71.9 x 8.5mm, along with a 12mm camera bump.  The device is also expected to support satellite communication. In the coming days, we might come across a few more details regarding this upcoming smartphone.

Stay tuned for more latest Tech updates.


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