The Google Pixel Fold images showed an identifiable design, and based on the most recent specs leak, it seems that the actual product will be similar. A benchmark leak suggests that Google’s first foldable Pixel would use the same Tensor G2 processor as the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro.
Google’s foldable Pixel often goes by the codename “Felix,” and according to Geekbench 5, both the single-core and multi-core scores have surfaced. Tensor G2 receives scores of 1047 and 3257, respectively, which are not much better than the SoC found in the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro in terms of performance. Despite the fact that this makes the chipset far slower than the competition, we’ll see what improvements Google makes to the Pixel Fold to make it responsive for tasks that users will encounter in the real world.
The Tensor G2 operating in the “Felix” maintains the same CPU arrangement. You get four Cortex-A55 cores with a frequency of 1.80GHz, two Cortex-A78 cores with a mid-range frequency of 2.35GHz, and two high-performance Cortex-X2 cores running at 2.85GHz. Aside from that, the purported smartphone has 12GB RAM and comes pre-installed with Android 13.
In case you forgot, the Pixel 7 Pro has the identical SoC and RAM amount, and given how readily Geekbench 5 results can be changed, it’s plausible that someone modified these numbers as well. Other information, like as display specs, battery capacity, and more, are not yet accessible to us.
The Pixel Fold will be released in a year, thus it is reasonable to assume that it will have the same hardware as the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro as the Tensor G3 won’t be available until Q4 of 2023 rather than sooner.