The Pixel 7a is Google’s current midrange smartphone option which launched back in May but a new Geekbench listing is here to give us our first set of details on its successor – the Pixel 8a. Google Pixel 8a codenamed Akita appeared in a Geekebnch 5 listing alongside an underclocked version of the Tensor G3 chipset.
The chipset on the Pixel 8a features a prime core clocked at 2.91GHz, 4x performance cores at 2.37GHz and four efficiency units humming at 1.7GHz. The GPU side is covered by the Mali G715. For reference the regular Tensor G3 which leaked a while back is expected to pack a single Cortex-X3 clocked up to 3GHz, four Cortex-A715 cores at 2.45GHz, and four Cortex-A510 cores clocked up to 2.15GHz.
The Pixel 8a is listed with 8GB RAM and boots Android 14. It managed 1,218 single-core score and a 3,175 multi-core performance. The rest of the Pixel 8a spec sheet is still under wraps for now.