The successor to Google Pixel 3a, Pixel 4a is finally here. The much buzzed Google Pixel 4a is an entry-level smartphone from the company with similar configurations like that of recently went on sale – OnePlus Nord. Pixel 4a’s Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G chipset paired with 6GB RAM is thought of as delivering the same level of performance as that of OnePlus Nord. OnePlus Nord lies in the same price bracket as that of Pixel 4a and bags Snapdragon 765G SoC coupled with 12GB RAM.
Besides the release date of the vaccine for the cure of COVID-19, the next big question of the year is, ‘Will Pixel 4a be powerful enough to justify to be in a budget phone in 2020 league?’
Snapdragon 730G Vs Snapdragon 765G
Snapdragon 730G is the ‘G’ variant which is more potent for more graphical grunt as well as demonstrated few extra display features. This processor packs two Cortex A76 core CPU to cater to odder, I/O extensive workloads. That’s an upgrade to Cortex A75 core in Google Pixel 3a’s processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 which is similar to Snapdragon 765G chipset.
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Pixel 4a benchmarking-test result
The GPU setup is more reserved. Pixel 4a featuring Qualcomm Andreno 618 will perform slower than 765G’s Adreno 620. Unlike OnePlus Nord, there is no 5G integration but there is a provision for Hexagon 688 DSP with tensor Accelerator for enhanced AI processing in Pixel 4a’s processor.
Overall, the Google Pixel 4a’s processor – Snapdragon 730G is considerably a notable upgrade from last year. However, it is missing a lot in offering some key features and higher performance to the smartphone.
Although, Google’s latest affordable smartphone performs well where it counts. However, the users looking for a gaming smartphone may want to check out OnePlus Nord.
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