It’s too early for Google’s 2019 flagship, Pixel 4 to leak. But, a mysterious Pixel 4 with 2GB RAM running Android 10 has appeared on Geekbench.
The listing reveals a few things. But, if you think the 2GB RAM is unrealistic in 2019, there are a few more surprises. Keep reading.
Pixel 4 on Geekbench with 2GB RAM
Here’s a screenshot of the Geekbench listing of the “Pixel 4.” This was uploaded on 8th February, 2019.
The listing says the model name of the phone is Google Pixel 4. It runs Android 10 which was expected. Android 10 or Android Q will be out somewhere around September 2019. And, Google usually launches their flagship each year in October. So, that makes sense.
If you are interested in the possible names, check our list of Android Q names including Quindim.
Guessing from these, it doesn’t look like a powerful Snapdragon 800 series SoC. And, definitely not the latest Snapdragon 855 which is expected to power the Pixel 4.
Sargo Motherboard with 2GB RAM
We already noted two discrepancies on the alleged “Pixel 4’s” Geekbench listing. One is the 2GB RAM, the other a mid-range Snapdragon SoC.
So, there’s a huge chance that this listing is not of the flagship Pixel 4. Instead, it’s the Pixel 3 Lite, which is the budget variant of the Pixel 3 with lower powered Snapdragon SoC(s).
Still, that doesn’t explain the 2GB RAM and Android 10. Pixel 3 Lite is expected to launch this May. There’s no way Android 10 will be ready for commercial use by then. Maybe, it’s a test version of Android 10. Who knows! If you do, leave a comment below.
We learned earlier that the Pixel 3 Lite XL will come with 6GB RAM. Unfortunately, this was soon followed by a Geekbench listing with a 4GB RAM equipped P3 Lite XL.
The leaks surrounding Pixel 3 Lite’s specs have been confusing. But, we know that it’s expected to launch pretty soon in the US and India. The best part of the phone is it has the same camera performance as the flagship Pixel 3.