Google Pixel 2: More powerful than the Galaxy S8 according to GeekBench

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One of the three Google Pixel 2017 smartphones codenamed Taimen has made it to the popular benchmarking software Geekbench.

The specifications listed in the concept state that the Pixel 2 will feature a 5.6-inch QHD resolution with an AMOLED panel that's protected by Gorilla Glass 5. A post from today coming from Treehugger Robot mentions all three phones that look to be part of a test fix for known issues that were present on the Pixel and Pixel XL, which could be pointing out that all three phones were being used to test the fix for the Pixel and Pixel XL before actually pushing the fix for those devices.

For now, take a gander at this one and let us know your thoughts down in the comments.

Google's Pixel smartphones were the best smartphones of 2016, according to most critics. Some reports suggest that the Taimen Pixel smartphone might be a tablet hybrid like the Google Pixel C. Nonetheless, it might not be the case since the tech giant uses NVIDIA Tegra chips for its tablet products, Forbes reported.

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Google Pixel 2 is expected to be available for purchase sometime in October of this year.

Google will be holding its I/O developer conference, scheduled to start on Wednesday, May 17, which may be the time and place that they announce further details about the next-generation Pixel smartphones. As per the Geekbench listing, the Google Pixel 2 Taimen acquired a 1804 single-core score as well as a 6284 multi-core score.

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The Google I/O event will be held on May 17. If Google could make these devices unique, powerful, and most of all, balanced, there is a pretty good chance that the upcoming Google flagships might be capable of giving the mobile industry's top devices a run for their money.

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