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Google may Launch two new Mid-Range Phones, says Report



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We’ve had the reports of Google working on a mid-range phone since long, even before the Pixel 3 launch. During the same time, Google teased a mini-sized phone on its Instagram handle hinting the arrival of a mid-range Pixel which didn’t happen in reality though. Now, Google’s latest ARCore app on tear down reveals two new devices which are most likely to be the upcoming mid-range phones by the company.

The tear down of latest ARCore v1.5 app done by the folks at Android Police reveals something interesting compiled up in the source code. The source code had the list of supported devices including Huawei’s Mate 20 X, Honor 8X, Honor Magic 2, T-Mobile’s OnePlus 6T (single SIM) and Xiaomi’s Mi Mix 3. Surprisingly, the list also contained two unknown devices with their code names as Bonito and Sargo. If in case you aren’t aware of, Google has been code-naming its smartphones after fishes and given that Bonito and Sargo are names of fish species, it is most likely that the phones could be yet another upcoming Pixels by the software giant.

Nonetheless, even Nokia has been following that trend for code-naming their smartphones so its not yet safe to assume that these are actually Google-made phones.

As far as the previous reports are concerned, Google has been working on a mid-range smartphone that is reportedly being powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 SoC. Lately, the device has also been reported to arrive either by the end of 2018 or by the beginning of next one. Moreover, if this turns out to be true, then Sargo is most likely to be a smaller and toned-down version of the duo since Sargo is a smaller fish than Bonito. Anyways, let’s wait for the upcoming leaks and reports to see what Google has actually been cooking in. Till then, stay tuned.

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