In a few days, Google will officially unveil its brand new series, the Google Pixel 6 series. There are reports that this flagship series will arrive in the United States on October 19 and will feature two models. This series will have the Google Pixel 6 as well as the Pixel 6 Pro. A few days before the official launch of this series, the standard Pixel 6 is now available in Geekbench. As usual, the Geekbench list reveals some key details about this future flagship smartphone.
This series will be Google’s very first smartphone to use its in-house developed Tensor chip. According to Google, the Pixel 6 series will be way ahead of any smartphone the company has released in the past. The latest Geekbench listing shows that this device will come with a Mali G78 GPU. The list also reveals that the Google Pixel 6 scores 1,027 in the single-core test. However, in multi-core testing, this smartphone scores 2706. While the single-core score appears to exceed the Snapdragon 888 SoC, the multi-core score is lower than the SD888 SoC. The tested model comes with 8 GB of RAM. In terms of internal storage, we can get up to 265GB / 512GB.
In terms of availability, there is official confirmation from Google that this device will be available in eight countries.
Google Pixel 6 series speculations
Based on the Pixel 6’s renderings so far, there are a few differences between the Pixel 6 and the Pixel 6 Pro. On the front side, the Google Pixel 6 has thicker bezels than the Pixel 6 Pro. This means that the Google Pixel 6 Pro has a better display effect than the Pixel 6. Additionally, it looks like the Pixel 6’s punch hole is smaller than the Pixel 6 Pro. In addition to the thin bezel of the Google Pixel 6 Pro, it also has a high-end hyperboloid display. The overall screen-to-body ratio is very high.
The Pixel 6 comes with a 6.4-inch FHD + display while the Pixel 6 Pro uses a 6.7-inch QHD + panel. Both phones have three rear cameras, but the Pixel 6 Pro has a 4x telephoto zoom lens. According to reports, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will get five years of software updates. That includes four years of major Android updates. The company has officially confirmed that these flagship smartphones will launch this fall. However, some reports claim that they will launch in October. In terms of software, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will get the best experience with support for Android 12’s Material You dynamic theme. In addition, Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro have the most built-in hardware security layers, which are very powerful in terms of security protection.