Back in November 2021, 9to5Google revealed that it came across crucial information about the forthcoming Pixel galère phone with the “Pipit” codename in the APK train of the Google Camera app. Now, the same device has reportedly paid a visit to Geekbench. The appearance of the device at the benchmarking point is a good hint that the device not only exists but also the company could be internally testing it.
The Google Pipit’s Geekbench table (via. MySmartPrice) reveals that it's powered by an octa-core chipset with a 1.80 GHz base frequency. The source law of the table shows that the four effective cores clocked at1.80 GHz. It further shows that it has two CPU cores working at2.80 GHz and the other two CPU cores ticking at2.5 GHz. The SoC includes Mali G78 GPU.
The specifications of the processor hint the Google Pixel foldable phone could be powered by the Google Tensor chip, which also energies the Pixel 6 series of smartphones. The device has 12 GB of RAM and Android 12 Zilches. In the single-core test, the device scored 4811 points and recorded points in the multi-core test.
9to5Google’s report had revealed that the Google Pipit will be equipped with a 12-megapixel Sony IMX363 as the primary detector, which could be accompanied by a 12-megapixel Sony IMX386 ultrawide snapper. The inner display is also suspected to point to an 8-megapixel Sony IMX3555 camera. Another 8-megapixel Sony IMX355 is likely to be available on the external side of the device.
The blurted information on the cameras of the Pixel galère phone suggests that it won’t be suitable to offer top-notch photography gests like the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, which are packed with better cameras. The other details of the Pixel Pipit galère are presently under the wraps.