Google’s Pixel 4 and 4 XL are still quite a way out from launching, but information about them still trickles out little by little. As per sleuthing from the folks over at 9 to 5 Google, a dig into the Google app reveals that the Pixel 4 will be called Coral, and the Pixel 4 XL is internally called Flame. This information is relatively meaningless trivia by itself, but benchmarks of the mysterious ‘coral’ device have revealed that it will be equipped on 6GB of RAM and support the Snapdragon 855. That’s at least one more piece of information buyers can use when planning their purchases.
Google is also expected to launch a Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL sometime soon, with all indications pointing towards an imminent release.
Google’s new Pixel phones are expected to launch at the tail end of this year alongside updates to the Pixelbook and/or Pixel Slate family of devices.