The Pixel 6a smartphone has not yet been unveiled, although the announcement could come as early as the end of the month. But the Geekbench database now confirms that the novelty will get the same SoC Tensor as the older models.
Moreover, the Pixel 6a result is even slightly higher than the Pixel 6, but the difference is negligible, so there is no point in emphasizing it.
The software also confirms the 6GB of RAM that the Pixel 6a will have. The older models, as we recall, have 8 GB of RAM.
The bottom line is that the youngest of the current Pixel models will be very, very productive for an estimated price of $400-450.
The Pixel 6a will reportedly get a small by today’s standards 6.2-inch AMOLED screen with 90 Hz support, a 4800 mAh battery and a set of last generation Pixel cameras, that is led by the 12-megapixel Sony IMX363.