The Google Pixel 7a render leak reveals a familiar design
A new rendering of the Google Pixel 7a has been leaked by @OnLeaks in response to rumors. A camera bar and a center-punch-hole screen are seen here in a familiar design. The Google Pixel 7a renders have been revealed in a new report from Smartprix.
According to the renders, it has the same camera visor with a dual camera cutout as the Pixel 7. The Pixel 7’s LED flash is even located in the same location. According to OnLeaks, the device will measure 152.4 x 72.9 x 9.0mm (10.1mm with the camera bump).
Specs of the Google Pixel 7a (rumored)
Samsung’s FHD+ display for the Google Pixel 7a is expected to have a refresh rate of 90Hz, according to rumors. The device may use IMX787 and IMX712 sensors for its back camera. There is a good chance that the smartphone will support wireless charging at 5W. For security, the device might include an in-display fingerprint scanner and a Google Tensor chip.
The device is expected to support Bluetooth LE, which provides superior connectivity while consuming less battery power. As of now, the device will come in White and Dark Grey colors, and the official launch is expected to take place in early 2023.
There will be small bezels all around the device, and the front screen will have a larger chin. It will have a punch-hole cutout at the top-middle of the display for the front camera. Located on the right spine of the phone are the power and volume rockers, and on the left spine is the SIM tray.
In the Pixel 6 and Pixel 7 series, Broadcom BCM4389 was used, while Qualcomm WCN6740 was used in the Pixel 7. Similar to the other Pixel 7 series phones, the phone is expected to support wireless charging.
In the coming months, we should know more about the Pixel 7a, which is expected to be released in the second half of 2023.
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