A new Google device, named the Google Coral was spotted on Geekbench. The device reportedly features the Snapdragon 855 chipset along with Android Q pre-installed in it. Alongside, this test device has 6GB RAM and single and multi-core benchmarking scores.
This could hint to be an early stage of the Google Pixel 4 of the next generation or a new Chromebook from Acer or Lenovo. Google often uses the name Google Coral as a code for upcoming devices. This same name had surfaced multiple times on Geekbench in 2018.
The device scored 3,296 points in the single-core, and 9,235 points in the multi-core test on Geekbench. This proves the superiority of this device over other Snapdragon 855 Android 9 powered devices as it scored 10% better than them.
The most anticipating feature of this new phone from Google would probably be it’s camera. Google Pixel phones are known to have great camera quality even while using a single lens. It’ll be quite a revelation to see if Google decides to use multiple lenses like most smartphones have since 2018, to escalate the camera quality.