It is expected that the hybrid tablet from Google, Pixel C, will be launched next week. The tablet is already in the hands of the head of the Chrome OS, Android and your Chromecast, Hiroshi Lokheymera, who tweeted a photo of the tablet last week. Now the device appears in benchmarks and GFXbench GeekBench.
In GeekBench we see that the tablet Tegra X1 scored 1395 and 4345 in a single-core and multi-core test, respectively.
Nexus 9, which is equipped with a Tegra K1 gains in the single-core test 1933 points in multi-core – 3373 points.
In turn, GFXbench app gives us a fairly complete listing of specifications, which includes:
10.1-inch display with a resolution of 2560 × 1800 pixels, an eight-core Tegra X1 with a frequency of 1.9 GHz, 2.7 GB RAM, 53 GB of internal memory, front 7 megapixel (3280h2460) main camera with FHD-video filming, autofocus and flash, as well as 2-megapixel (1920×1080 pixels) front camera.