The Google Pixel 7a already leaked in every kind of way you might expect. The phone had its design and specifications confirmed, and even marketing materials leaked. Although it’s expected on May 10, we don’t think Google will have much to present on the launch date. Today, there is a new color option leaving the cover before the launch. Earlier this month, leaked renders confirmed three color options for the phone. Now, the tipster Evan Blass, shows that there is a fourth color option. It’s some sort of Coral Orange and probably is one of the fanciest color options.
A New Coral Pixel 7a color has been spotted
Google will be holding its Google I/O in the first half of May. Although the company has not yet confirmed the Pixel 7a for that date, we have strong reasons to believe in its arrival. Besides the phone, we also expect the Google Pixel Tablet and even the Pixel Foldable to appear at that event. Perhaps, we will also see a teaser for the Pixel 8 series, like the teaser that the company did last year for the Google Pixel 7 series.
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Considering the leaked info, the Google Pixel 7a will have the Google Tensor G2 chipset. To those unaware, it’s the very same chipset inside of the regular Pixel 7 series. That means you will get the same performance for a more affordable price. This chipset is not on par with current flagship SoCs, but Google is convinced that the overall experience is enough to attract users to the Pixel ecosystem. The phone should have up to 8 GB of RAM. The leaks also confirm a 90 Hz refresh rate, and we assume it’s a Full HD+ OLED screen. There will also be an all-new 64 MP primary camera. For the first time in the Pixel A-series, the phone will bring wireless charging.
As per the leaks, the Google Pixel 7a will have $499 and will go on sale immediately after the launch.