Google Pixel 4a benchmarked and battery tested

Ivan, 14 May 2020

The latest detailed leak pertaining to the unreleased Google Pixel 4a shows the device running different games and benchmarks, painting a very complete image of what to expect from the phone when it finally launches. The video is posted by Cuban YouTube channel TechnoLike Plus, which has a pre-production Pixel 4a in hand.

Gaming is smooth courtesy of a Snapdragon 730 paired to 6GB of RAM - not the most advanced combination around, but not bad either. It's certainly a step up from the Snapdragon 670 in the Pixel 3a.

As for benchmarks, the Pixel 4a scored 268,973 on AnTuTu (that's around what a Galaxy Note10 Lite manages, better than a Redmi Note 8 Pro), 2544/6370 on Geekbench 4.4 (single/multi-thread score), which is a bit better than a Galaxy Note10 Lite and slightly worse than a Galaxy A71.

Finally the video goes in depth with battery life, showing the battery info screen on the front. The Google Pixel 4a managed as much as 7 hours and 21 minutes of screen-on time on one occasion and 5 hours and 20 minutes on the other.

The Pixel 4a was originally due for announcement on May 22, but reports suggest it may be delayed until June.

It will have a 5.81-inch FullHD+ OLED screen with a single punch-hole selfie camera, a Snapdragon 730 chipset, 6GB of RAM, 64GB or 128GB of storage and a single 12MP camera on the rear.


Reader comments

  • Dre4
  • 05 Jun 2020
  • r3H

The only hindrance from getting to the competition with apple is the long term support. At least 5 years would do. I'm sure the 4a will crush the hyped chip in a 5 year old design

  • Anonymous
  • 29 May 2020
  • j5$

Google does offer 3 year updates and 4 years of security.

  • Wersy2
  • 29 May 2020
  • 8XA

It's the strength of Google. While all the dozens of Chinese manufacturers keep churning out tons of glass/metal chunky tablets, it seems it's only Google how goes for sensible materials (light and non-brittle) and compact, one-hand friendly siz...

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