Google's strange device pops up in Geekbench

A device with a weird name was seen in the Geekbench. The device is listed as “google rammus” and its name is not the only strange thing.

“Google rammus” was tested a few days ago and the Geekebench reveals that runs Android 7.1 Nougat and has 4 GB of RAM. It also states that the device is powered by an Intel Core M3-8100Y processor.

There are reports that the device may actually be an older prototype of the Pixel Slate, which is powered by the same processor. Apparently, Geekbench has a problem with Chrome OS recognition. The Pixel Slate has been running Android Pie on this performance testing site before the eventual release.

Google rammus

There are also some who are of the opinion that it is a less powerful version of the Pixel Slate that can be revealed soon. Pixel Slate is available in four versions with different processors. The least powerful has an Intel Celeron processor with 4GB / 8GB of RAM. It is followed by the version with an Intel Core M3 processor and two others with Core i5 and Core i7 processors.

The version with the Core M3 processor only comes with 8GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. The “google rammus” has 4GB of RAM, which means it should cost less than the more powerful brothers, but more than the Celeron version.

Google Pixel Slate: A 12.3-inch LTPS LCD screen

The Google Pixel Slate 2-in-1  has a 12.3-inch LTPS LCD screen that provides a 3000 x 2000 pixel resolution. A ratio of 3: 2 is still outstanding.

The Pixel Slate’s anodized aluminium frame is 7 mm thick and weighs 1.6 kg.

The ends of the device are slightly curved, which ensures comfortable use.

The Pixel Slate has two front speakers. Also noteworthy is the fingerprint reader embedded in the power button. Google has not confirmed the exact size of the battery present in the Pixel Slate. However, what is known is that it can last for about 12 hours on a single charge.

The device comes with a USB-C port. There is a 8-pixel wide-angle front camera on the Pixel Slate and a similar one on the back of the device.

A custom version of Chrome OS

This device runs a custom version of Chrome OS, designed to give you a more computer-like experience. Depending on how you are using it, Pixel Slate can automatically switch between tablet and laptop modes. As expected, the new equipment includes the G Suite and also features an easy-to-use split-screen mode.

A custom version of Chrome OS

Chrome OS is also deeply integrated with the Google Assistant. Also noteworthy is the virus protection and a Titan security chip for added security.

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