Android R Spotted Running Preview on Google Pixel 4: Geekbench

Android 11 or Android R should be released in a few months at Google I/O. With the next version of the Android operating system (OS) reportedly on its way.

A benchmark test was spotted on Geekbench indicating that the upcoming Android R operating system was running on a Google Pixel 4 mobile phone, which can be supposed to be called Android 11 upon launch, following the new naming scheme of Google.

The calculated benchmark results for the Google Pixel 4 and its Snapdragon 855 chipset are roughly in the right ballpark. Always tests out the sum of 6 GB RAM. So, that is what it is about. In the report document, GSMArena reported on Saturday; we get the unique Android R string hanging out there.

The technology giant had previously announced it would drop the customary desserts and alphabetic naming scheme for a more comprehensive numerical system.

It is important to note that in the developer preview, Android 10 was referred to as Android Q until the final build was introduced.

So the Android R developer preview is most likely an early Android 11 OS designation. Looking at the page of the GeekBench itself, there is, unfortunately, no real extra details to gain.

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