As we get closer and closer to an official launch of the Google Pixel 3 XL, we can expect more details to surface. Like, for instance, some benchmarks. In this case we’re getting a glimpse of what kind of performance we likely expect from Google’s 2018 flagship, assuming nobody faked any information here. You know how that goes.
Anyways, the results of this benchmark have the Pixel 3 XL scoring around 2500 in the single threaded test, and 8355 in the multi-threaded test. That’s right on par with the Galaxy S9 using the Snapdragon 845 CPU, so if you had to bet on what Google will be using, that’s probably your answer. The benchmark lists just 4GB of RAM, though, so it doesn’t look like Google will be overdoing the memory of the Pixel 3 XL. And this is the larger version, so if anything was going to get more RAM, it’d be the bigger phone.
Some other interesting things to note about the benchmark is that the “crosshatch” codename is holding up, and the phone is running Android 9.0.
So while there’s nothing groundbreaking or significantly new in this leak, it does confirm a lot of things we were curious about. And hey, the official thing should be here in just a couple months.