Just after the news of Google launching its Pixel 7a early next month broke, we now have official-looking renders of the device. The renders have popped up in all the expected colors with the case on.
Google Pixel 7a renders, expected specifications
The rear design of the device appears to have been borrowed from the Pixel 7. It houses a dual camera system on the raised camera island at the back. In the center is the Google branding.
It sports a punch-hole panel on the front with non-symmetrical bezels. It has a square footprint which you may or may not like. But not many phones launching this year are going to come with this kind of square design.
The power button and volume rocker are on the right spine. It has a USB Type-C port, a speaker grill, and a microphone at the bottom.
We get to see White, Grey, and Blue colourways. Even the color of the case is same.
Apart from this, some specifications of the phone were leaked earlier.
Pixel 7a is rumored to come with a 6.1-inch display with FHD+ resolution. It is speculated to have a 90Hz refresh rate, an improvement over the 60Hz refresh rate screen of its predecessor.
The device may feature a dual camera system at the back. Upfront, it may have a 10.8MP lens for clicking selfies. It is expected to be powered by Tensor G2 chipset paired with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage.
It will run on Android 13 OS and it is expected to get longer software support. The device could be priced at $499 (roughly Rs. 40,900) in the global market.
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