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Leaked information about Google's unannounced Pixel 4a (tentative name) smartphone will be announced on August 3, and supposedly benchmarking results have been reported.

This information was reported by Jon Prosser, a prominent leak account. According to his tweets, there's a 100% chance that the Pixel 4a will be introduced on August 3. He has a track record of providing accurate information about the iPhone SE (2nd generation) as well, which is worth noting, even if it's not official.

As for the Pixel 4a, there were rumors that it would not be released at one point. However, the device has since been registered with the FCC (Federal Communications Commission), and the release date seems to be steadily approaching.

Furthermore, a device that looks like the Pixel 4a has been found registered on the benchmarking app Geekbench.

The registered device information states that the processor is equivalent to the Snapdragon 730 and has 6GB of RAM. The score also appears to be a mid-range equivalent device with a single core: 551/multi-core: 1655.

The next flagship Pixel smartphone, the Pixel 5 (tentative), is also reported to be a mid-range equivalent device with a Snapdragon 765G. If this is correct, we're also wondering how it will differentiate itself from the Pixel 4a.

Source: Jon Prosser (Twitter), Geekbench
Via: tom’s guide


This article is based on an article from the Japanese edition of Engadget and was created using the translation tool Deepl. The Japanese edition of Engadget does not guarantee the accuracy or reliability of this article.