New Leak Confirms More Specs of Google Pixel 7a

Pixel 7a renders

Needless to say, Google Pixel products never remain hidden for too long. We generally get to know all about the phones months before the official release date. And the case is basically the same for the upcoming Google Pixel 7a.

The Google Pixel 6a was announced back in May last year. So, there is a high chance that the 7a will also release in the same time frame this year. But we really do not need to wait for the official announcement to know its primary specs.

Camera and Screen Info of Pixel 7a Leaked

The latest leak comes with live photos of a device that is allegedly a Google Pixel 7a. And the tipster that provided the leaked images cites that the phone will come with a 6.1-inch 1080p screen. It will be an OLED panel with a 90Hz refresh rate. As expected, the device will come with the current flagship SoC from Google, the Tensor G2.

Google Pixel 7a

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Other than that, the phone will feature UFS 3.1 storage. But the most important part of the recent leak is the camera sensor. According to the tipster, the back will come with a Sony IMX787, which is a 64MP sensor. And there will also be a 12MP ultrawide sensor on the back of the Google Pixel 7a.

So, the back camera setup will indeed be a proper upgrade over the Google Pixel 6a, which came with a 12.2MP primary sensor.

Google Pixel 7a

Another interesting bit about the leak is that the device will feature 5W wireless charging. Overall, the Pixel 7a is likely to be a great all-rounder device. And if Google prices it accordingly, it can indeed be a proper flagship killer of 2023. But, of course, all of this is leaked info. So, you should definitely take them with a grain of salt.

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