Google Pixel Fold appears on Geekbench with Tensor G2 SoC; when can it launch?

The Google Pixel Fold folding smart phone has long been a topic of rumors, and now it seems the device has made it to a reputable benchmark website. On Geekbench, a mysterious Google user named “Felix” receives impressive ratings.

Google Pixel Fold

According to earlier leaks, the folding Google smart phone is developing under the codenames Passport, Pipit, and Felix, all of which are different versions of the product. According to the listing, the Felix smartphone received 3257 points for its multi-core test and 1047 points for its single core test on Geekbench. The page also lists some technical details, such as Android 13.0, 12GB RAM, and an octa-core ARM processor (likely Tensor G2).

The results are comparable to the single core and multi core Geekbench tests for the Google Pixel 7 Pro with 12GB RAM, which was 1048 and 3139 points, respectively.

Google Pixel Fold Geek bench

Despite high resolution renders of the smartphone appearing online last month, Google has yet to acknowledge its development. The final versions can differ slightly from the renders, allegedly based on a prototype. The prominent rear module for the triple camera sensors features a pill shaped cutout, according to the alleged renders. Additionally, it is say that Google’s foldable phone will weigh much more than the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4.

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