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Google Taimen Phone with Snapdragon 835 and Android O OS Appears on Geekbench

Google Taimen Phone with Snapdragon 835 and Android O OS Appears on Geekbench

Google's upcoming phone codenamed Taimen has made a surprise appearance on Geekbench, revealing some of its key specs including its processor and operating system.

The upcoming Taimen phone is one of the three Google smartphones expected to be released this year. The other two are codenamed Muskie (Pixel 2) and Walleye (Pixel 2 XL).

The model that appeared on Geekbench will run on the unnamed Android O OS, which has already been announced with the first developer preview already out. The final version is yet to be officially announced.

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In addition, Google's third mystery phone is expected to sport Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 835 octa-core chipset that is clocked at 1.9GHz. It got a score of 1804 on the single-core test and hit 6284 points on multi-core.

According to previous rumors, Taimen will have bigger specs than the Muskie and Walleye. This has not been confirmed yet, so we're taking everything with a grain of salt. What we know for sure is that we'll be hearing and seeing more of Google's upcoming phones in the near future.

Source: Geekbench via Phone Arena

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