In the fall, Google plans to completely change the Pixel lineup with the release of three new Pixel 9 models: the Pixel 9 (Tokay), Pixel 9 Pro (Caiman), and the curiously dubbed Pixel 9 Pro XL (Komodo). A comprehensive leak last month allowed for the physical appearance of all three smartphones, and the internet quickly began to host some of the Pixel 9 series’ wallpapers. The Google Tensor G4 processor, which will power the Pixel 9 trio later this fall, is now the subject of some new details.

What to expect from Google’s upcoming Pixel 9 series, which is expected to be the company’s greatest mobile shakeup since Tensor

The AnTuTu benchmark scores for all three Pixel 9 phones have been leaked by the Russian news site Rozetked, providing us with an early peek at the device’s performance—especially when compared to the Tensor G3-powered Pixel 8 series. The arrangement of the 8-core Tensor G4 chipset is also shown by these test results; it is expected to consist of one 3.1 GHz Cortex-X4 core supported by three 2.6 GHz Cortex-A720 and four 1.95 GHz Cortex-A520 cores.

Not much better than the Tensor G3 in the Pixel 8

These results are better than the around 900,000 score of the Tensor G3-powered Pixel 8, but they are by no means a significant improvement. However, the Pixel 9 trio is still in its early stages, and before the Pixel 9 launches in the fall, Google may make some changes to the Tensor G4.

These numbers provide us with a basic idea of Google’s next flagship phone and its chip, even though they are not official. According to a recent report, Google’s 2024 mobile SoC may not receive significant changes, which is consistent with these leaked benchmark numbers.

According to new reports, Google may decide to move the Tensor G5 chip for the Pixel 10 from Samsung to TSMC. Therefore, it seems sense that the business decided not to focus on Tensor G4 chipset upgrades this year. On the other hand, this can indicate that some consumers will hold off on purchasing the Pixel 9 series in favor of the more powerful Pixel 10 series when it launches in 2025.

The Pixel 8a from Google

The Pixel 8a wants for you to forget about the Pixel 8 completely. With a brighter display, a faster processor, and a bigger battery than its predecessor, Google’s most recent mid-range smartphone is the perfect combination of speed and AI intelligence. It’s also the most durable $500 smartphone available right now, with seven years of OS updates.

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