The Google Pixel 7a only launched in May, making it the current mid-range option from the Californians. Nevertheless, a Geekbench test with the first details about its successor, the Google Pixel 8a, has already appeared today. The phone appeared codenamed Akita in a Geekbench 5 test. An underclocked version of the Tensor G3 chipset took over the drive.
According to the benchmark test, the chipset of the Google Pixel 8a has a main core with a clock frequency of 2.91 GHz. There are also four performance cores with a clock frequency of 2.37 GHz and four efficiency cores for auxiliary tasks and to save power with a clock frequency of 1.7 GHz. A Mali G715 is noted as the GPU.
The normal Tensor G3, which also appeared in the rumor mill not too long ago, serves as a reference. The G3 contains a single Cortex-X3 core clocked at up to 3 GHz, four Cortex-A715 cores clocked at 2.45 GHz, and four Cortex-A510 cores clocked at up to 2.15 GHz .
The Pixel 8a ran the test with 8 GB of RAM and Android 14 as the operating system. It achieved a single-core score of 1,218 and a multi-core score of 3,175 points. Further technical data of the upcoming Google cell phones are not yet known.