Since the name for the following form of Android has formally been introduced as Android 7. Nougat, this means we’re near to the final discharge of Android 7., and new Nexus products. That also implies that it’s time to allow them to begin showing up on benchmarking sites like Geekbench. Regrettably, Geekbench doesn’t provide us with a lot of info on the Marlin device, however it demonstrates this is running Android N, and it is sporting a Qualcomm quad-core processor which is 1.59GHz (remember, the Snapdragon 820 is really a quad-core processor with two cores which is 2.15GHz and 2 which is 1.6GHz), together with about 4GB of RAM. The scores that Geekbench shows here, are pretty near to what we should see from current products running the Snapdragon 820 together with 4GB of RAM.
This adds more confirmation towards the specs that already surfaced around the Marlin, however this still must be taken having a touch of suspicion. Benchmarks may be easily faked to exhibit false specs, in addition to names. So until Google uncovers the following group of Nexus products, we urge everybody to consider these gossips and leaks having a touch of suspicion. Especially since Google and HTC are most likely using a couple of different prototypes and they’ll be benchmarked sooner or later. Bing is likely to announce the following-generation of Nexus products around August or September.
The 2009 week, the specs for that second Nexus smartphone that is a result of launch later this summer time, released. This specific model has been known to as “Marlin” and based on leaks and gossips which have surfaced, it’s the second of two Nexus products being produced by HTC with Google. This Nexus smartphone looks is the successor towards the Nexus 6P, which Google released with Huawei this past year. Specs that released already, point to it sporting a 5.5-inch QHD AMOLED display, operated by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, having a 12-megapixel rear shooter along with a 8-megapixel front-facing shooter. All operated by a 3450mAh battery. And this device is going to be slightly smaller sized compared to Nexus 6P which sported a 5.7-inch display.