A benchmark test has reportedly been done around the corner with the next version of the Android operating system (OS) seen on Geekbench suggesting that the Google Pixel 4 smartphone was running the upcoming Android R operating system, called Android 11 can be said at launch, going by Google’s new naming scheme.
Looking at the GeekBench listing, the sad thing is that there is no real additional information to remove.
The calculated benchmark scores are in the correct ballpark for the Google Pixel 4 and its Snapdragon 855 chipset. 6GB of RAM also checks the amount. And, that’s about it. GSMArena said in the report document on Saturday that we get the curious Android R string.
Earlier, the tech giant announced that it was dropping the customary desserts and alphabetic naming scheme for a more comprehensive numerical system.
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It is necessary to note that Android 10 was referred to as Android Q in the developer preview until the start of the final build.
Thus, Android R Developer Preview is most likely an initial designation for Android 11 OS.