Google Pixel 7a Leaked Renders Offer Full Design Look, Specs Shown: Report
Google Pixel 7a – the alleged mid-range addition to the recently launched Pixel 7 series – is rumored to be out of cover by mid-2023. Rumors have already started circulating around this Google smartphone. A notable tipster has now shared rumored design renders of the Pixel 7a, offering a detailed look at its full design. However, it doesn’t seem to stray radically from the design language of its predecessor, the Pixel 6a. Additionally, the Pixel 7a would also have similar dimensions to the Pixel 6a.
Pixel 7a renders have been leaked by Smartprix in conjunction with tipster Steve H McFly (@OnLeaks). It’s pictured with a rectangular rear camera island on the back, similar to the Pixel 7 series. The two rear camera sensors are apparently placed close to each other with the LED flash placed slightly to the difference.
On the front, this Google smartphone is shown with thin bezels with a slightly thick chin. There appears to be a central cutout for the front camera. The volume rockers and power button are apparently placed on its right spine, while the SIM tray is located on the left.
This Google smartphone would include a USB Type-C port on the bottom side as well as a speaker grille. It looks like the 3.5mm jack isn’t making a comeback after it was also left out on the Pixel 6a. The Pixel 7a is said to measure 152.4 x 72.9 x 9.0mm – 10.1mm thick with the rear camera bump. By comparison, the Pixel 6a measures 152.2 x 71.8 x 8.9mm. It should be available in white and dark gray colors.
According to a recent report, the Pixel 7a could sport a 90Hz 1080p OLED display which is believed to be provided by Samsung. It could feature a rear dual-camera setup, featuring a 64-megapixel primary and a 13-megapixel ultra-wide sensor. Google could pair its Tensor G2 SoC with a Qualcomm chip for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity on the Pixel 7a. The handset can also support 5W wireless charging.
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