A new device from Google with codename “Google Coral” has been found in Geekbench database today powered by the new Android Q operating system.
The Geekbench listing reveals the presence of 6GB RAM and Android Q operating system. There’s no mention of the processor that powers the device and the Motherboard field simply reads “Coral”. But with the high multi-core score and processor clock frequency at 1.78 GHz, we can confirm that this would be the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor that was found in the latest Samsung Galaxy S10 listings that appeared in Geekbench recently. The single-core score reads 3286 points and the multi-core score is 9235 points.
Considering that Google names its new upcoming Pixel phones with codenames of Fish, like Bonito and Sargo, this device may not be an upcoming Pixel phone. However, the codename “Coral” can belong to a Chromebook device. There’s a possibility for this device to be a Pixel tablet!
Snapdragon 855 is the flagship processor that Qualcomm launched officially in early December 2018. It’s a 7nm processor and boasts of new triple-cluster octa core architecture. It uses the Adreno 640 GPU and the processor can clock up to a maximum frequency of 2.84 GHz.
Other devices with Android Q on Geekbench
Google Pixel was the first phone to be seen on Geekbench database with Android Q OS and it was back in November 2018. Google Pixel and Xiaomi Mi 8 SE followed suit in the last week of November. The last phone to appear with Android Q was Google Pixel 3XL and we’ve not seen any other device in Geekbench with Android Q OS post that.
Regarding the device found in this Geekbench listing, we may have to wait patiently till the Google I/O conference that will be held in the month of May to get more details. This device could be released along with other Pixel series phones later this year.