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Device named Google Rammus appears on Geekbench, powered by an Intel processor

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An unusual device has been seen on Geekbench. The device is listed as “google rammus” and its name is strange about it.

Device named Google Rammus appears on Geekbench, powered by an Intel processor
Device named Google Rammus appears on Geekbench, powered by an Intel processor

“Google rammus” was benchmarked a few days ago and Geekbench revealed that it runs Android 7.1 and has 4 GB RAM. It is also powered by an Intel Core M3-8100Y processor.

There are reports that the device can actually be the prototype of the pixel slate, which is operated by the same processor. Obviously, Geekbench has a problem recognizing Chrome OS Pixel Slate Android was running

There are some opinions that opinion that this is a less powerful version of pixel slate which can be unveiled soon. The pixel slate comes in four versions with various processors. At least the power is the Intel Celeron processor with 4 GB / 8GB RAM. After this there are two other versions of Intel Core M3 processor and then Core i5 and Core i7 processor.

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The core M3 processor version comes with 8 GB RAM and 64 GB of storage. “Google RAMS” has 4 GB RAM, which means that its cost will be lower but more than the Celeron version.

These are all speculations at the moment, so take them out of salt.

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