Google's Pixel phones have been with us for a long time. Every year in the fall, the manufacturer prepares their new generation, and we welcomed the last one, the Pixel 7, last year. So there are two models on the market, Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, and this year the Google Pixel 7A model will be added to them. We are used to phones with the A designation that they have slightly lower specifications than their "full-fat" brothers and are also cheaper. And we've also gotten used to the fact that Google usually presents them at its spring I/O developer conference. It should be the same this year.
The I/O conference starts in nine days, on May 10, and we already know almost everything about the upcoming Google Pixel 7A phone. A few days ago, in addition, the main specifications were also confirmed by promo materials that somehow escaped the manufacturer and got online thanks to tipsters. From them, it is clear that the phone is powered by a Tensor G2 processor. Well, its performance has already been tested by the Geekbench benchmark tests. So let's see how the Pixel 7A fared with this chipset.
HOW DID THE GOOGLE PIXEL 7A FARE IN THE GEEKBENCH TESTS?
Information about how the Google Pixel 7A turned out in Geekbench can be found, for example, on the MySmartPrice website . In the test listing, we see that the Tensor G2 processor has eight cores, two of which are clocked at 2.85 GHz, the other two at 2.35 GHz, and four cores clocked at 1.8 GHz. Mali-G710 graphics complemented the cores. During the tests, 8 GB of operating memory was connected to the chipset and the phone ran on the Android 13 system. As for the internal storage, it will probably start at 128 GB.
And what is the score of Google Pixel 7A phone with Tensor G2 processor? It scored 1380 points in the Single-core test and 3071 points in the multi-core test. So it seems that the processor is well optimized and ready to go. The user experience will thus be consistent, even if the performance of the Tensor G2 processor is not at the level of the flagship Snapdragon 8 Gen2 and even the Snapdragon 8+ Gen1. However, it is among the best in the middle class and its price category. Among other specifications, we expect a 6.1-inch OLED display with FullHD+ resolution and a refresh rate of 90 Hz. In the photo equipment, we find the main camera with a 64 MP primary sensor with OIS and a 12 MP wide-angle lens. The phone will reportedly come in Charcoal, Snow, Sea and Coral colors with an estimated price of $499.
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