Google, an epitome of strange and peculiar, is now turning up with something incredible that often leaves fans of the brand searching for an undeniable approach to outstrip the things we used to hear. A new Google is on the horizon, and I visited Geekbench with the codename Tokay. The Google Tokay bagged 1082 points in the single-core round of the Geekbench 5 test. Meanwhile, in the multi-core round, it effortlessly snatched 3121 points. Rumors suggest that it might be the Google Tensor G4 SoC (unannounced), which is expected to be seen in the upcoming Pixel handsets.
On a serious note, these scores seem a bit underwhelming compared to the Geekbench 5 benchmarks for the Google Pixel 8 and Google Pixel 8 Pro, raising doubts about the reliability of this benchmark result. Additionally, given past instances where the Geekbench database has been susceptible to manipulation, we advise our readers to take this listing with a grain of salt.
The Geekbench listing for the Google Tokay also provides ideas into its processor. According to the listing, the forthcoming Pixel smartphone will feature an octa-core processor with a primary core clocked at 3.10GHz, three cores running at a frequency of 2.60GHz, and four cores at 1.95GHz. Furthermore, the listing reveals the inclusion of an integrated Mali G715 GPU and 8GB of RAM.
This marks the first appearance of this smartphone on a benchmark or certification website. While the exact moniker of the Google Tokay remains undisclosed, there’s speculation that it could belong to the upcoming Google Pixel 9 series smartphone. Fans of the brand eagerly await further details and confirmations regarding this intriguing development.