Google’s next entry-level Pixel phone, called the Pixel 7a, is likely to arrive at the company’s I/O conference. While Google has recently developed a habit of revealing almost everything about its upcoming phones, it has remained fairly silent about the Pixel 7a, at least until now. Instead, a new leak has emerged that claims to reveal the design and color options of the Pixel 7a.
MySmartPrice has shared What appear to be official renders of the Pixel 7a are showing a very familiar design. The Pixel 7a looks a lot like the Pixel 7, with a pill-shaped cutout at the back with a visor. The cutout, however, is relatively smaller than that of the Pixel 7. There are two sensors inside the camera cutout. But the overall design is similar to the Pixel 6a that was launched last year. In a way, this phone is more similar to the Pixel 6a than the Pixel 7.
But still a welcome change. As per the report, the Pixel 7a will feature a metal rim, which will be an upgrade to the plastic frame seen on the Pixel 6a. This makes the phone a bit overpriced for the price range it is likely to fall under. The report also says that the Google Pixel 7a will come in white, gray and blue, but expect their names to be a bit cheeky.
That’s what all the new reports suggest, but we have previous leaks in terms of the expected specifications of the Pixel 7a. Google Pixel 7a may come with a 6.1-inch OLED display with 90Hz refresh rate. Google’s Tensor G2 chip could be powering it, along with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. There will still be no support for external storage on the Pixel 7a. The rear of the Pixel 7a could feature a 64-megapixel Sony IMX787 primary camera and a 12-megapixel ultrawide camera. For selfies, the Pixel 7a could feature a 10.8-megapixel camera and you can expect it to come with Android 13 software.
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