Google Pixel 2 Taimen To Operate Android O (Update)

Google Pixel 2 Taimen To Operate Android O: Google Pixel are the most discussed smartphones of this year. Google is expected to launch three Pixel smartphones this year. The codename of three Google smartphones is Walleye, Muskie, and Taimen. Previously, we have heard many reports of Walleye and Muskie. Now, we have got a news of the Google’s high-end Taimen smartphone. Taimen is the codename for the Google Pixel 2. Recently, the Geekbench score reported the Pixel 2.

Previously, for getting a Google phone with Android OS along with a powerful chipset and performance was next to impossible. We are not saying that Google smartphone was a complete failure of the company, but was not able to compete with the tech companies like Samsung and Apple. The coming of Google’s Pixel and Pixel XL transformed the future of Google smartphones. Both the phone gained equal popularity like Samsung and Apple smartphones. The specs of the smartphones were very powerful.

We have not got the full review of the Google Pixel 2, but have some idea from the Geekbench score. The source of information for the Google pixel 2 is Primate Labs. The Geekbench 4 benchmark analysis decisions for the Pixel 2 mentioned in the Primate Labs. In the website, we have found that the pixel os is the latest Android O. The smartphone comes with Qualcomm’s latest octa-core Snapdragon 835 processor. The same processor was included in the US version of Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus.

Google Pixel 2 Taimen To Operate Android O

Google Pixel 2 Taimen To Operate Android O

Google Pixel 2 has obtained a single-core score of 1804 which is much higher than iPhone 7 Plus score. The score of Pixel 2 is much similar to Samsung Galaxy S8 so we can claim that upcoming Google’s smartphone is going to be a super-hit in the market. We have recently seen a trailer of Pixel 2 on YouTube by the Concept Creator. According to the video, the smartphone has dual lens rear cameras and dual selfie cameras. It also features an OLED display and full HD display. Watch the full video below.

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