Google Pixel 9 Pro XL: First benchmark tests are here

A new benchmark test has just proven the existence of the Google Pixel 9 Pro XL. In addition to the Tensor G4, it also had 16 GB of RAM.
Google Pixel 9 Pro XL

Given the leaks so far, it’s now fairly safe to assume that Google will introduce three Pixel 9 models in October. These include a compact Pixel 9 with two cameras, a compact Pixel 9 Pro with three cameras, and the Pixel 9 Pro XL with three cameras.

However, the name XL has not yet been confirmed. Thanks to a new benchmark test of the Google Pixel 9 Pro XL on the Geekbench benchmark platform, which has since been deleted, the appropriate evidence is now on record. The Google smartphone in the test ran on the current Android 14 and was built around a Komodo motherboard.

The focus was on the new Google Tensor G4 chipset. The G4 has a 3.10 GHz Prime Core, three 2.6 GHz performance cores, and four 1.95 GHz efficiency cores. Geekbench also lists 16 GB of RAM as memory and a Mali G715 graphics processor for the Google Pixel 9 Pro XL. The predecessor Pixel 8 Pro also has a G715 GPU. However, the new model is likely to have either more cores or higher clock speeds or both.

Geekbench also contains a test run for the normal Google Pixel 9, which is already a few days old. You can see it at the top left. The motherboard in this case is called tokay and the RAM is only half as large at 8 GB RAM. However, the chipset is the same as expected.


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