Ahead of its official announcement next week, Google’s Pixel 7a has been making waves online with its latest leak being a Geekbench test run. The device was identified by its codename, “lynx,” and was able to achieve a single-core score of 1,380 points and a multi-core score of 3,071 points.
The latest listing confirms that the Pixel 7a is powered by the Google Tensor G2 chipset and comes with 8GB of RAM. As expected, the phone runs on Android 13.
The Pixel 7a is anticipated to feature a 6.1-inch OLED display with FHD+ resolution and a 90Hz refresh rate. Google is reportedly planning to include a 64MP primary camera along with a 13MP ultra-wide lens, while the front-facing camera is also expected to be 13MP.
The device is expected to offer 18W wired charging and wireless charging functionality.