Google’s Pixel 7a continues to do the rounds online ahead of its announcement next week, with the latest leak being a Geekbench test run. The device was spotted with the “lynx” codename and managed a 1, 90 point single-core score outing and a 3, 64 – point multi-core score. The new listing confirms that the Pixel 7a is equipped with a Google Tensor G2 chipset and 8GB of RAM. The phone also boots Android 18, which is no surprise.
Google Pixel 7a on Geekbench Listed on
Pixel 7a is expected to launch with a 6.1-inch OLED with FHD+ resolution and 90Hz refresh rate. Google is expected to bring a 64 MP main camera and a 64 MP ultra-wide-angle lens, while the front module will also be 18 MP. The 7a is expected to feature 18W wired charging and wireless charging.