Google’s Pixel 4a went through Benchmark tests and showcased its performance ahead of its release.
Weeks before its adjusted date of release, reports about Google’s Pixel 4a continue to surface the internet. Leaks and updates on its features were released several times.
Yesterday, a leak from a YouTuber revealed another significant feature of the Pixel 4a. TecnoLike Plus channel owner Julio Lusson from Cuban uploaded a video on a test he conducted on Google’s upcoming device.
Google Pixel 4a benchmark test
Lusson’s YouTube video shows the Pixel 4a running Benchmark tests. The video also showed various Benchmark platforms used as well as the results.
Lusson conducted the test on 14 different Benchmarks such as Antutu, Geekbench, and Androbench to name a few. Various Google Pixel devices were also used for the test to see how Pixel 4a comes up with other Pixel devices.
The test involved devices such as Google Pixel 3a powered by Snapdragon 670 and Google Pixel 4a powered by Snapdragon 730. To get the best comparison results, the Benchmark also included devices powered by Snapdragon series 800.
The test involved Google Pixel 4 powered by Snapdragon 855 as well as the 845 chip-powered Google Pixel 3 XL. QRD Snapdragon 865 also joined the Benchmark.
In comparison between the mid-range phones, Google Pixel 4a showed an impressive result. It performed better than the Snapdragon 670 powered device at almost all Benchmarks.
Google Pixel 4a also performed better against Google Pixel 3XL on three Benchmarks. Pixel 3XL is powered by the high Qualcomm’s 845, a high performing chip.
However, Pixel 4a did not manage to get close to Google Pixel 4’s performance. The latter is a flagship device powered by Snapdragon 855.
Google Pixel 4a tested on heavy games
During the test, the devices went through the Benchmarks and run on heavy games. PUBG and The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker for the Nintendo GameCube (via Dolphin Emulator) needed high performances so they were the best choice for such a test.
Since its release, the Snapdragon 730 powering the Pixel 4a was Qualcomm’s best mid-range processor. However, the title went out to the Snapdragon 765 since its release earlier this year.
Yet, reports say that the results of the Benchmark showed that Snapdragon 730 is still a good catch for Google Pixel 4a. This marked a big difference from Snapdragon 670 when it comes to performance.
The Pixel 4a will be out in the market in early June. Google’s next mid-range phone will be priced at $399.
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