Google Pixel 4 XL appeared in Geekbench for the first time to reveal its hardware specifications.
Pixel 4 XL’s Geekbench list reveals that it will come with only 4 GB of RAM. Several smartphone manufacturers have launched flagship phones with more RAM. Lenovo Z5 Pro GT, Samsung Galaxy S10 +, the video game Xiaomi Black Shark 2, Mi 9 Explorer Edition and Vivo iQOO Monster are some smartphones with 12 GB of RAM.
The Geekbench aspect of Google Pixel 4 XL suggests that it is powered by Snapdragon 8150, which appears to be the Snapdragon 855 mobile platform. It is running on the Android Q operating system, which has yet to be announced. In the single core Geekbench test, Pixel 4 XL scored 1712 points. In the multi-core test, he recorded 5774 points. Benchmarking scores are very low for a Snapdragon 855 phone. Probably due to the presence of 4 GB of RAM.
A new escape revealed that the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL phones have the code name respectively Coral and Flame. In January, Google Coral (Pixel 4) was seen with 6 GB of RAM. Therefore, the Pixel 4 XL could also arrive with the same amount of RAM. Therefore, the list of Geekbench that appeared today may be wrong.
The original 2016 Pixel phones that worked with Snapdragon 821 SoC included 4 GB of RAM. These days, it is quite normal to see cheap phones with 4 GB of RAM. Therefore, it will be disappointing to see the Pixel 4 pair arriving with the same amount of RAM. The Google Pixel 4 series should be official in October this year. Before the arrival of the Pixel 4 phones, the search engine giant should announce the mid-range phones Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL this quarter.