Google’s next Pixel device, Coral, has just emerged on Geekbench. With 2019 beginning with a number of bangs are around about to get crazier as we head through 2019. New leaks have emerged from Google’s cockpit suggesting the development of potentially yet another device that’s being expected to launch later this year.
Based on the details we’re able to derive from Geekbench‘s database, it seems like this mysterious device would be an update to the recently-launched Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. The listing suggests that the so-called “coral” device from Google would pack a Snapdragon 855 SoC along with 6GB RAM. However, the highlights do not end there. According to the listing, it seems like this mysterious device would run on Android Q out of the box and would also be among the first batch of devices to run it given Google’s strong track records.
Scores achieved by the mysterious device are right in-line with what we’ve seen from other Snapdragon 855-powered devices including the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S10 family and the Lenovo Z5 GT. The device scored 3296 and 9235 in single-core and multi-core tests, respectively.
Other details regarding the device weren’t found. However, this does bring a ton of attention towards Google’s upcoming moves as they progress into a 5G-engulfed, notch-free world. And as we progress further, we’re expecting to see Google follow along with the trends now that Samsung and OnePlus are potentially giving their S10 and OnePlus 7 lineup a design overhaul.
Given that Google releases their Pixels in October, there’s a good chance that we may see Google launch the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL earlier this year now that leaks have started to emerge already unlike what Google did with the Pixel 3 leak feuds.