Google’s I/O 2023 event in May is where the Google Pixel 7a is likely to be made public. As Google’s yearly event gets closer, more information about the Google Pixel 7a leaks is coming out. Online sources have spotted marketing pictures and case renders for the Pixel 7a recently. They show three colours that will be available for the new phone. The Pixel 7a seems to be the same as last year’s Google Pixel 7 and Google Pixel 7 Pro.
Google Pixel 7a: Specs and More
The German website WinFuture.de has released the images of the Google Pixel 7a leaks. They say that the next smartphone will come in at least three colours: blue, grey, and white. Rumours suggest the Google Pixel 7a could be named “Charcoal,” “Snow,” and “Sea” for its colour options. The style of the phone is almost the same as that of the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. It looks like it has a hole punched out of the screen for the selfie camera and has thick edges.
Located within the camera section similar to other Pixel 7 series devices, the supposed Google Pixel 7a covers reveal two cameras and an LED flash on the back. It is notable that the covers reveal a cutout to showcase the camera unit and display the Google logo at the bottom. Additionally, on the left side of the phone, the power and volume buttons appear to be present.
It is highly probable that Google will launch both the Pixel 7a and the long-awaited Google Pixel Fold at its upcoming I/O 2023 event scheduled for May 10th. Rumours suggest that the phone will hit the shelves worldwide in the third quarter. The phone is likely to cost between Rs. 32,000 to Rs. 40,000. Leaks suggest it will come with 128GB and 256GB of storage space. But Google hasn’t said anything publicly about the Pixel 7a yet.
Under the hood of the Google Pixel 7a could be a Tensor G2 engine. It could also have UFS 3.1 storage and LPDDR5 RAM. The phone is likely to have a face unlock function and a fingerprint sensor built into the screen.
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