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Google Pixel 4 XL with Snapdragon 855 SoC and 4GB RAM spotted at Geekbench

15 April 2019 3

Last year Google launched two flagship models including Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. Following the latest trend, Google opted glass and metal sandwich design for the Pixel 3 series, however, the two-tone finish didn't click very well. Another important aspect was Google stuck to 4GB RAM and single rear snapper when OEMs were bringing dual rear cameras and 6GB RAM for the mid-rangers. Despite having 4GB RAM the Pixel 3 lineup was super fluid in performance. Having more RAM on board is always a good aspect.

From the look of the things, it seems like Google is yet not ready to shift from 4GB RAM. The Google Pixel 4 XL allegedly appeared at the Geekbench listing with 4GB RAM. It's certainly a disappointment for those who were looking for more RAM. Once again Google isn't interested to follow the latest trend where OEMs are bringing the top of the line variants with 12GB RAM. So far earlier rumors indicate the Pixel 4 XL could have 6GB RAM.

Under the hood, the device is running on the Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 8150 chipset(855). As OS the device is pre-installed with Android Q. On single-core test the device achieved 1,712 points whereas on multi-core test the device achieved 5,774 points. Feel free to share your thoughts regarding the Pixel 4 XL Geekbench appearance in the comments section below. Stay tuned.


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