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Google Coral with Android Q spotted on GeekBench. Is this Pixel 4?

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Google is soon expected to announce two mid-range Pixel 3 devices that will be reportedly called Pixel 3 Lite and Pixel 3 XL Lite. However, these are not only the smartphones that Google is working on right now. A new Google smartphone nicknamed “Google coral” was spotted on benchmarking site GeekBench.

The Google Coral is expected to be one of the flagship models as it is listed to run the yet-to-be announced Android Q OS. This version of Android is yet to even get into Beta testing phase. The device could also be an Alpha build of the Pixel 4 that will likely to be the company’s first smartphone to run Google’s next generation operating system- Android Q.

The Google Coral is listed with 6GB RAM, so there may be a possibility of seeing a 8GB variant. The processor is not revealed and is just listed as ‘coral’. However the scores have all the markings of the Qualcomm’s latest 855 chipset. The handset managed a test score of 3296 and 9235 points on the single-core and multi-core test respectively. The test scores are about 10% higher than the SD 845 powered Pixel 3.

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Currently there is no other information about this mysterious Google device. There are also speculations that this might be a new Chromebook model in works. As for the launch date, Google is not likely to announce it now considering the Pixel 4 and Android Q is yet to be announced. Till then, we just have to wait for an official confirmation to know exactly what it is.

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