The latest Qualcomm Flagship chipset is the Snapdragon 855, and we expect 2019 devices must be added this beast. But A mysterious entry called “Google Coral” appeared on the Geekbench with 6GB of RAM and Android Q. This could be the next Google Pixel 4 in alpha unit Stage. This is most likely a new work “Google Coral” with different chipsets occurred at least 150 times in the reference database.
Although we are not sure what the actual device is, we have some scores to see how a Snapdragon 855 would perform when coupled with clean Android Q. The single-core result is 3,296, while for multiple cores it is 9,235. This is about 10% better performance than the Snapdragon 845 in a Google Pixel 3 smartphone on both scores.
The Google Coral (Google Pixel 4) was benchmarked several times in 2018 and appears to be a test platform for various chipsets implemented in Google’s ecosystem or a device that has far surpassed this system’s pre-production process. If it’s a tablet, a phone, or a laptop, we could see it along the Pixel Pixel 3 Lite and Pixel 3 XL Lite that has already leaked out, and we’re just waiting for official confirmation.