Google ‘Sargo’ Appears as Google Pixel 4 on Geekbench

Google Pixel 4

A new Geekbench listing has now surfaced for the upcoming Google Pixel 4 phone.

The listing suggests that the phone with codename Sargo, that was earlier spotted in a few online listings, is the Google Pixel 4. The specifications suggest that it’s going to be a mid-range phone with just 2 GB RAM. There could be one more variant of this phone with 3 GB RAM which might show up in Geekbench in the coming days. The phone will be powered by the Android 10 operating system.

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The single core score of the phone is just 744 and the multi core score reads 3201. There is no information about the processor mentioned in the listing but the appearance just confirms that it would be a budget phone with basic specs.

‘Bonito’ and ‘Sargo’

A few months ago, two Google phones with codenames ‘Bonito’ and ‘Sargo’ were spotted in the list of devices supported by Google ARcore. A recent Geekbench listing clearly revealed that the phone with codename ‘Bonito’ will have the moniker ‘Google Pixel 3a XL’ and today’s Geekbench listing confirms that ‘Sargo’ will be the codename for the upcoming Google Pixel 4.

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Recent rumors revealed some key details about the model numbers of the upcoming Google Pixel 3XL and Google Pixel 3 Lite phones. Google Pixel 3 Lite, also known as Pixel 3a will have the model number G020B. On the other hand, Google Pixel 3XL, also known as Pixel 3a XL (codenamed: Bonito) will have the model number G020F. These phones are manufactured by the company Foxconn.

We’ll keep you updated as we get more details on these phones.

NOTE: Previous reports have claimed ‘Sargo’ could be the codename for Google Pixel 3 Lite. Hence, the new Geekbench listing with Pixel 4 moniker is quite surprising. There might be an error in the listing and we advise you to take it with a pinch of salt.

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