New renders reveal three colours of the Google Pixel 7a


Google Pixel 7a

The Pixel 7a, Google’s successor to the Pixel 6a, is likely to be unveiled at Google I/O in May. According to a recent rumour, the phone would come in Carbon, Cotton, and Arctic Blue colours. According to @OnLeaks, the renders of the phone are now available in all three rumoured colours. The phone reportedly boasts a 6.1-inch OLED screen with a 90Hz refresh rate. In addition, it comes with a metal frame, and a glass back. Its design is similar to that of its predecessor. In contrast to its predecessors’ glossy look, the “Camera Bar” strip on the back is believed to have a metal protective coating and a matte surface.

Google Pixel 7a

Camera and Screen Info of Pixel 7a Leaked

In a recent leak, live images of the Google Pixel 7a allegedly surfaced. The leaker of the images claims that the phone will have a 6.1-inch 1080p screen. It will have a 90Hz refresh rate OLED panel. The Tensor G2 SoC, Google’s current flagship SoC, will be installed in the mobile phone as expected.

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Google Pixel 7a

The phone will also include UFS 3.1 storage in addition to that. The camera sensor, though, is the most significant part of the leak. The informant claims that the rear will include a Sony IMX787, a 64MP sensor. The Google Pixel 7a’s rear will also have a 12MP ultrawide sensor. As a result, the back camera system will indeed be an upgrade over the Google Pixel 6a, which had a main sensor with a resolution of 12.2MP.

Google Pixel 7a

The leak’s claim that the mobile phone will support 5W wireless charging is another exciting detail. The Pixel 7a is probably going to be a fantastic all-around gadget overall. It can be a true flagship killer of 2023 if Google charges a fair amount for it.  The Pixel 7a is likely to launch as early as June 2023 following the announcement at Google I/O next month.

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