The Pixel 6’s appearance and official announcement video have been known for some time now, and Google has officially announced that the new Pixel 6 series flagship will be unveiled on October 19. The Tensor chip on the device, which was developed by Google itself, has raised many expectations, and now the running performance of this chip has been published on Geekbench.
According to the information from Geekbench, the Google Pixel 6 is equipped with 8 GB RAM and an Android 12 operating system. It has a single-core score of 1027 and a multi-core score of 2706, and the device also has a Mali G78 GPU.
The Tensor chip can handle AI and ML models directly on the phone. Voice recognition and other features provide a better experience.
While this is a big improvement for Google’s new Pixel, it still does not compare to the Geekbench results of some leading flagship smartphones. The iPhone 13 achieved a single-core score of 1,684 and a multi-core score of 4,129, which is one of the best results we have ever seen. Samsung’s Galaxy S21, which is powered by a Snapdragon 888 system-on-chip, achieved a single-core score of 1,084 and a multi-core score of 3,302. The results are even clearer for the A15 Bionic silicon in Apple’s new iPhones.
The Pixel 6 uses a 6.4-inch FHD+ display with a refresh rate of 90 Hz on the front. On the back, it uses a dual-camera system with a wide-angle main camera and an ultra-wide-angle lens. The Pixel 6 Pro has a 6.7-inch QHD+ display with a refresh rate of 120 Hz and more rear-facing cameras.
The Pixel 6 / Pro will be equipped with a large 5000 mAh battery. With the new chip and Android 12 system, the battery life is worth a look. And Google has also developed a wireless charging dock for the Pixel 6 series that can deliver up to 21W of charging power for the Pixel 6 and up to 23W when used with the Pixel 6 Pro.