The Google Pixel 4 is one of the highly anticipated smartphones this year which offers all the reasons why people are so excited when a new leak or rumor about this device comes to light.
This time around we come with some new details. A mysterious Google device codenamed “Coral” looks to be equipped with the Snapdragon 855 chip, Qualcomm’s latest creation. There is more information that Geekbench provided, and reports think that this is the Pixel 4.
The Geekbench Listing Of The Google “Coral”
Based on information provided by reports, an unknown Google device was featured at a Geekbench listing which was nicknamed Coral. According to the listing, after the single-core test, this device scored 3,296 points and 9,235 on the multi-core test. It is equipped with a Snapdragon 855 chip, runs on Android Q and comes with 6GB of RAM.
Is It Really The Google Pixel 4?
According to 91mobiles, even though speculations suggest that this might actually be the Google Chromebook, that can’t be possible because it comes pre-loaded with ChromeOS. With that being said, it can either be the Pixel 4 or a prototype.
Could It Be Perhaps The Pixel 3 Lite?
We can’t actually say that it is not, but we can at least hope that the Google “Coral” is not the Pixel 3 Lite. The reasons behind this affirmation are that the Pixel 3 Lite will come with a Snapdragon 670 chip and will feature 4GB of RAM.
What do you think about these assumptions? Do you think Google Coral is the Pixel 4? If this is true, what do you think about its features? Is this phone worth such a big waiting period or maybe we should be expecting more?