Google is working on its latest chipset, the Tensor G4, and it looks like we’ve just got our first glimpse of it. A device from Google, known as Tokay, was recently seen taking the Geekbench 5 test. Yes, it’s Geekbench 5, not the newer version 6, and it’s believed to be powered by the Tensor G4 chipset.
This Google device comes with 8GB of RAM and runs on Android 14. However, the scores it achieved in the Geekbench test for both single and multi-core performances were not as high as expected. The processor inside is an eight-core model. It has four cores running at 1.95GHz, another four running at 2.6GHz, and one core that reaches up to 3.1GHz. Reports also suggest that this device uses a Mali G715 for its graphics processing.
There’s speculation that this could be part of the Google Pixel 9 series. However, the Pixel 9 and Pixel 9 Pro, known by the codenames Komodo and Caiman respectively, do not match the Tokay codename.
It’s important to stay cautious about this information for now and take it with a grain of salt. Whether or not this is a sneak peek at a future Google Pixel device or something else entirely, only time will tell.