Google Pixel 8A Retail Box Spotted, Model Number and Charging Speed Confirmed

Image Credit: Smartprix & OnLeaks

Many months passed since the launch of the Google Pixel 8 series, and the company now focuses on the next products it will release for the mobile field. Among the upcoming devices, the company has the Google Pixel 8A and the Google Pixel 9 series smartphones. While the Pixel 9 series is expected only for the end of the year, the Google Pixel 8a series will arrive earlier. Considering this, it’s not a surprise to see the first leaks popping out for the smartphone. Today, the phone’s retail packaging box (Source: MySmartPrice) emerged. Through this article, we will discuss the details revealed in the retail package – An image showing the phone, the model number, and the charging speed.

Google Pixel 8A – A Comprehensive Description

The Google Pixel 8A is the next Google smartphone in line for launch. Following the legacy of the Pixel A-series, the new smartphone will come with toned-down specifications and a more affordable price. This allows users in the mid-range segment to join Google’s ecosystem of Pixel smartphones. It gets the same level of Android support as the regular Pixel flagships and also brings Google’s Tensor Chipset in a slightly underclocked version. The phone will launch soon as more and more details about it keep popping out.

Last year, the Google Pixel 7A brought some interesting upgrades like the user of a Tensor chipset, and wireless charging. The objective was to bring the more affordable A-series close to the flagship Pixel series. For this year, we don’t expect big upgrades, but we are sure that the Pixel 8A won’t go backward in terms of specifications. (Source: AndroidPolice).

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Retail Box Surface Revealing Model Number and Charging Speed

The new information comes with images of the retail box of the upcoming Google Pixel 8A smartphone. The image comes from a private Facebook Group by a Vietnamese user named Hung Nv. The retail box image confirms the design and fast charging details of the forthcoming smartphone. The retail box shows Google Pixel 8A’s design with rounded corners. The corners are slightly more rounder than the Google Pixel 7A. The images fall in line with the renders designed by the trustworthy OnLeaks and SmartPrix.

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Google Pixel 8a

Furthermore, we can see the phone’s back with a dual rear camera setup on a rectangular camera island. The design is very similar to the Google Pixel 7A. The Pixel 8A comes with a power button and volume rockers on the right side of the smartphone. Google will also ship the smartphone with the Google logo on the middle of the rear panel. The retail packaging confirms the smartphone bears the model number G6PR. It also confirms the phone with 27W wired fast charging.

More Details About the Google Pixel 8A – Tensor G3 and Android 14 in Tow

The retail box reveals the Google Pixel 8A in its black color, but more color options are expected. The upcoming smartphone will measure 152.1 x 72.6 x 8.9 mm. The device will have a centered punch-hole cutout to house the selfie camera. In terms of specifications, the phone will run on an underclocked version of the Google Tensor G3 chipset. The Octa-Core processor will be paired with the Mali-G715 GPU. On Geekbench, it scored about 1,218 points in Single-Core and 3,175 points in the Multi-core tests. Google will launch the smartphone with Android 14 straight out of the box.


The new information brings some interesting details about the Google Pixel 8a like its model number and charging speed. We expect Google to share more details soon, as the phone is expected for the first half of 2024.

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