Google as it seems has quite the fascination with codenames. Indeed, ever since the inception of the Google Pixel brand, the company has often given each model a very unique codename. To follow through on tradition, this year, it was confirmed by the search-engine giant that the Pixel 4A is codenamed Sunfish. Indeed the latest reports also suggest that a device known as Google Sunfish has made its way onto Geekbench. Following the credentials previously laid down, this particular device is believed be the Google Pixel 4A.
As usual, the device ran on Geekbench V4 and just a few specs were listed. The upcoming device from the company will run on the latest in Android 10 out of the box while the model in question brings along with it six gigs of RAM. The specific device happens to be powered with a base frequency of 1.80Ghz. It is also said that the Pixel 4A will arrive with the Snapdragon 730 integrated within.
While Geekbench did not reveal any other details with regards to the device, it has previously been claimed that the Google Pixel 4A will feature with a 5.81-inch OLED display which will have a punch-hole integrated within at the upper left corner. The display will possibly arrive with a full HD+ resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels, while the claim is there that the phone will be powered up with the aid of 3080mAh battery while also supporting 18W fast charging. The speculation concludes that the punch-hole within the display will house an 8MP camera, while the back of the device is said to be occupied by a single 12MP sensor and an LED flash – both of which will be placed within a square-shaped module. The phone will arrive with a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, while it will also present the option of a headphone jack.