Google Pixel 7a leaks already! Will it kill iPhone SE 3, iPhone 12 entirely?
Google Pixel 7a leak suggests a new design with the same basic features to offer a low price Pixel experience.
Google Pixel 7a has leaked already! The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro have been barely a month old and rumours already start talking about a Pixel 7a. Every year, Google does a flagship Pixel device in October and then follows it up with an affordable variant by the next July. The Pixel 6a offered an affordable taste of the Pixel 6 series this year and now its time for Google to offer a Pixel 7a. New leaks now show what the phone could look like but specifications are yet to be known.
The Pixel 7a looks a lot like the Pixel 7 in the leaked renders by OnLeaks and Smartprix. From the front, the phone looks largely like the Pixel 6a with its slim yet thicker than Pixel 7 bezels. The phone appears to have the central mounted camera hole cutout. The rear is where all the newness happens. There is a large resemblance to the Pixel 7 but Pixel fans will notice the subtle differences.
Google Pixel 7a leaks already
The Pixel 7a gets the same metal visor for the dual camera system, thereby wearing the Pixel 7 look. However, the camera lens housing looks smaller and the design is less “in-your-face” than the Pixel 7. The render shown here is done in Chalk and there is also said to be a Charcoal variant. None of the Lemongrass green for the Pixel 7a.
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As for the specifications, the Pixel 7a is said to get a Full HD+ display with a refresh rate of 90Hz made by Samsung. The 90Hz panel is likely to make the Pixel 7a more appealing to a wider customer base than the Pixel 6a, which had its display capped to 60Hz. The Pixel 7a is also said to use the new Google Tensor chip, and we assume it could be the newer Tensor G2 chip.
The Pixel 7a is also said to get wireless charging at 5W, something which the Pixel 6a lacked. When it comes to the cameras, the Pixel 7a is also said to get an upgrade here. Google could be using newer Sony IMX787 and Sony IMX712 sensors on the back. This could make for a serious upgrade in performance for the Pixel 7a over the Pixel 6a.