Google 'Coral' aka Pixel 4 with SD 855 Chip, 6GB RAM And Android Q Spotted At Geekbench
One of the highly anticipated smartphones this year is the Google Pixel 4 which is why it comes to no surprise that tech enthusiasts are always on the lookout for new rumors, leaks and official talks about it.
So what new details do we have this time around? Well, a mysterious Google device codenamed “Coral” armed with Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 855 chip, running on the 10th iteration of Android OS, and more was spotted at Geekbench. Reports believe that this could be the Pixel 4.
The Geekbench Listing Of The Google “Coral”
According to reports, an unknown Google device was featured at a Geekbench listing carrying the name “Coral”. Based on the listing, the said device managed to score 3,296 points in the single-core test and 9,235 on the multi-core test. It runs on Android Q, packed with a Snapdragon 855 chip, and comes with 6GB of RAM.
Is It Really The Google Pixel 4?
91mobiles noted that although there are speculations that this could be the upcoming Google Chromebook, it’s highly unlikely because the Chromebook comes pre-loaded with ChromeOS. With that, they speculate that it could be either a prototype or the Pixel 4.
Could It Be Perhaps The Pixel 3 Lite?
Although we (73Buzz) can’t say with full confidence that it isn’t, we would like to assume that the Google “Coral” isn’t the Pixel 3 Lite. This is because the Pixel 3 Lite is reportedly going to feature 4GB of RAM and come with a Snapdragon 670 chip.
Other Related News About The Google Pixel 4
A few days ago, we published an article about a Google mobile patent which was presumably the Pixel 4. The patent depicts a handset that ditches the notch design in favor of a full-screen display and a rear design similar to the Pixel 2 XL.
What are your thoughts about Google Coral? Is it the Pixel 4? Tell us in the comment section below.