New Geekbench 5 listings may confirm some Pixel 4a specs

A Pixel 4a render. (Source: OnLeaks/91Mobiles)
A Pixel 4a render. (Source: OnLeaks/91Mobiles)
A device called the "Google Pixel 4a" has appeared on Geekbench 5 for the first time since January 2020. It contains a code-name repeatedly linked to the device, as well as plausible specs for the device. They include 6GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 7-series processor.

Google is expected to release at least 1 successor to the mid-range Pixel 3a, as indeed it has been for some time. Its actual launch date has been a little hard to pin down ahead, despite all the leaks about this device. However, it now seems more certain it will debut with 6GB of RAM and a mid-tier Qualcomm processor.

This is due to new sets of Geekbench 5 results that pertain to a "Google Pixel 4a", rather than to one of its supposed code-names as in prior similar leaks. However, one of these terms (sunfish) is found in their listings under the "motherboard" field. It also has a processor that identifies as the "ARM implementer 81 architecture 8 variant 13 part 2052 revision 14".

This has been associated with the 5G-capable Snapdragon 765G SoC, although it has also been linked to the 730 instead. The Pixel 4a may indeed have a 5G variant; however, it may have the code-name bramble, meaning the latter may be the case in this new leak. Therefore, it may be the best estimation of the phone's properties before its launch.

The "Google Pixel 4a" on Geekbench 5. (Source: Geekbench via NashvilleChatter)
The "Google Pixel 4a" on Geekbench 5. (Source: Geekbench via NashvilleChatter)
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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2020-07-23 (Update: 2020-07-23)
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