It’s the last day of September, which means we are weeks away from the launch of Google’s next flagship smartphones, provided that the leaked announcement date is correct. The company has been extensively promoting its new phones over the last few weeks, which it has already told us will be kitted with the in-house Tensor chip. The highest-end model, the Pixel 6 Pro, has been spotted on the benchmarking website Geekbench.
Pixel 6 Pro Geekbench scores
There are two middle cores clocked at 2.25Ghz, and four little cores with speeds of 1.8GHz.
That signals that the final score could go even higher as Google continues to work on optimizations. The phone, and the standard Pixel 6 model, will reportedly be released towards the end of the month, after their rumored October 19 unveiling.