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Google Pixel 4 XL 5G variant surfaces at GeekBench with 8GB of RAM and Snapdragon 855

Just like it happens every year, Google is expected to launch the new generation of Pixel smartphone in October. Last year, we’ve got the full picture of the Pixel 3 series several months before the release. This year, things aren’t so different and we already have plenty of details, although the leaks started to surface a little later. We already know the design aspects of each device and some of the specifications. However, seems that there’s still room for some surprises since a Google Pixel 4 XL 5G variant has just popped out in (via ).

Interesting enough seems that Google will be upping its game with this particular version of the Pixel 4 XL. Currently, we aren’t expecting more than 4GB versions of the Pixel 4 and 4 XL. However, if Google eventually releases a 6GB version of the XL variant we won’t be shocked but 8GB RAM is rather surprising. While most companies are shipping devices with more RAM every year, Google is sticking to 4GB RAM models. The search giant wants to ensure that the Android doesn’t need groundbreaking specs to perform fine in flagships. While this may be true, Pixel handsets are priced like flagships, and customers deserve the better specs they can get for the asked price…

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