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The Google Pixel phone is displayed during the presentation of new Google hardware in San Francisco, Oct. 4, 2016. Reuters/Beck Diefenbach

Google has already confirmed the Google Pixel 2 will be releasing in 2017. The device made an appearance on benchmarking site Geekbench Thursday.

The device with the code name “Taimen” scored 1804 and 6248 in single and multi-core tests, respectively. This is a little more than the Samsung Galaxy S8’s Qualcomm version, which scored 1929 in single-core tests, and 6084 in multi-core tests, but less than the Exynos version, which scored 1978 and 6375 respectively.

While the high benchmarking scores don’t reveal many details about the Qualcomm processor, they might be the strongest indication that Google is opting for a 10nm processor for the device, most probably an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835.

The technology, made by Qualcomm and Samsung, allows for less distance between transmitters allowing for more to be accommodated on the limited surface area of a processor. This results in the device becoming more power-efficient and performance-effective. The device is expected to come with 4GB RAM, as evidenced by the 3548 MB RAM found in the score listing.

Read: Google 2017 Lineup Includes 3 devices

Not just Google, even Apple is expected to opt for this technology for its A11 processor in the upcoming iPhone 8 flagship.

The codename “Taimen” was first reported in March. Taimen is expected to be a third Pixel device, breaking away from Google’s tradition of launching two phones per year for the last three years.. The successors to 2016 Pixel phones have been codenamed “Muskie” and “Walleye.”

Not much is known about the third device yet, but based on the naming, which refers to the largest fish in the Salmon family, this might be a larger device, and probably a tablet. Google had previously used similar codenames for devices such as the Nexus 7.

But the most important detail in the score listing is the mention of the Android O. The next Android update is expected to be launched alongside the next-generation of Pixel devices. The company revealed the OS’ features in its ‘What’s New’ video in March.

Read: Android O: How To Download Developer Preview

The features include:

Ability to limit location availability: Apps like Uber will no longer be able to track your location indefinitely. Location availability to such apps will be turned off by default after a few hours of usage.

Better Autofill APIs: Android O is expected to make filling in forms and passwords online easier, with Autofill software built right into apps. This is will enable users to access data faster.

Picture-in-picture mode: The long requested mode would finally make an appearance on Android. It will help users multitask better by letting them use two windows at a time. For example, you can have a YouTube video running in the background, while you do something else on your phone.

Multi-display support: The new feature will let users perform multiple tasks on their device, even when it is mirrored with a separate display.

If you are interested in getting a feel of the Android O, you can manually flash it on your Android device.