Google Coral Device Spotted on GeekBench With Snapdragon 855, Android Q & 6GB RAM; Is It Pixel 4 or ChromeBook?
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Previously, a variant of Xiaomi Mi 8 SE and a Google Pixel 3 XL was spotted running on Android Q on Geekbench. Now another device from Google has been spotted on Geekbench running the unreleased 10th edition of Android OS. Codenamed as Google Coral, the mysterious device from Google is speculated to be a forthcoming Chromebook which could arrive along with Pixel 4 devices. The device was benchmarked on Thursday and the name ‘Coral’ also appeared in the Android Open Source Project (AOSP). Upcoming Smartphones To Be Launched in India During 2019; OnePlus 7, New Apple iPhones, Google Pixel Lite, Google Pixel 4, Samsung Galaxy S10

Going by the Geekbench listing, the mysterious Google Coral device will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 7nm Octa-core chipset. The SoC will be mated to a 6GB of RAM with single-core and multi-core scores of 3296 and 9235 respectively.

Google Coral device spotted on Geekbench (Photo Credits: SlashLeaks)

Considering the market reports, it is believed that Google is also working on a new device with edge-to-edge screen. Moreover, the company recently got patents filed for the device and it is speculated that it could be the forthcoming Pixel 4. Recently, a sketch of the phone was leaked online which reveals that the device will carry full-screen display without any notch or bezels. At the rear, the handset is likely to carry a reminiscent design featuring a dual tone finish along with a single rear camera and LED flash. It also sports a fingerprint sensor in the middle.

As of now, it is too early to speculate about the Android Q. If market reports are to be believed, the tenth iteration of Android OS will come with dark mode, desktop similar to the Samsung DeX. Moreover, the privacy options on the new Android OS will allow the users to customise the permission to a greater extent and turning off location for specific apps, locking off areas on smartphone and much more.