Before the launch of Google Pixel 4A, it even appears on GeekBench

sIt’s not uncommon for Google to give each smartphone line a unique name, and its latest product, the Google Pixel 4a, is no exception. In February, it was revealed that Google will launch a smartphone codenamed Sunfish.

Recently, the results of the device test appeared on the site GeekBench Under the name Sunfish which most observers believe to be the Google Pixel 4a.

Testing was done with version 4 of GeekBench, and there is some information about the specs that run. The device, which is believed to be the Google Pixel 4a, runs Android 10 and packs 6GB of RAM. Furthermore, the device is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 730 processor with a base frequency of 1.8GHz octa-core.

GeekBench did not detail the other specifications of the device. However, from some rumors circulating, the Pixel 4a is believed to sport a 5.81-inch OLED display panel with a punch-hole camera in the upper left corner. The screen is capable of displaying a resolution of Full HD + (1080 x 2340 pixels), and it is equipped with a battery with a capacity of 3080 mAh backed by an 18W fast charging capacity.

Google Pixel 4a will be equipped with a 12 MP lens as the main camera and an 8 MP lens for the front camera. This phone is also equipped with a fingerprint reader sensor located on the back, plus Google still has a 3.5mm audio jack slot.

This latest Google smartphone will come with 64GB and 128GB storage options, and it has two color options which are black only and barely blue. Some sources say that Google’s latest smartphone will be released on May 22 with a price tag of $399 or around 5.8 million.

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