While Google’s I/O event is still set to take place just a week from now, the internet has wasted no time in digging up all the information it possibly can on the Pixel 7a, a much-anticipated handset which is expected to be launched during the event. With that said, the 7a has been spotted yet again, this time via a Geekbench listing.
The listing indicates that the Pixel 7a was able to get a single-core score of 1380, with a 3071 multi-core score. Additionally, several other details about the phone were listed on the page, although this isn’t anything new based on a multitude of earlier leaks.
This Geekbench listing was spotted not long after several marketing and promotional materials for the Pixel 7a, which is expected to come with the Google Tensor G2, 8GB of RAM, a 64-megapixel main camera, a 90Hz OLED display, wireless charging, and Android 13.
If confirmed, this rather large bump in specs (at least compared to previous A-series models) brings the 7a closer to the base-model Pixel 7, at least when it comes to the essentials. In any case, Pixel fans will have to wait a bit more until May 10 when Google I/O goes live.