The Pixel 6a was a mid-range phone that offered power on par with flagship devices. Like its brothers, Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, this product was equipped with a powerful Tensor processor. With the introduction of the Pixel 7 series in October, many people are wondering what the Pixel 7a will offer? New renders have now leaked, offering the first look at Google’s next budget phone.
to report XDA, the Pixel 7a will not really be much different from the previous generation of this product. The most prominent feature of this phone is apparently its rear camera bar, which has not changed much. We expect this device to have dimensions of 152.4 x 72.9 x 9 mm, which will be almost the same as the Pixel 6a. In the design of the device’s screen, we also see a selfie camera embedded in the punch-hole cutout, and in addition, the borders around the screen look narrow, and of course, like most Android phones, the thickness of the border on the bottom edge of the screen is a little more.
Previous reports have mentioned some of the possible specifications of the Pixel 7a. Google’s upcoming mid-range phone could launch with a camera that uses an upgraded sensor, and in fact, we expect the main camera sensor of this product to change from IMX363 to IMX787. In addition, the phone will likely support a higher refresh rate than its predecessor. Rumors indicate that this device will use a 90Hz 1080p panel made by Samsung. Other features of the mentioned phone include support for wireless charging, which will be offered for the first time in this series of Google phones.
Note that the images above are the first published renders of the Pixel 7a, and things may change by the time this product is announced. Of course, the famous leaker of technology news, OnLeaks, has made these renderings available to Smartprix; A source that has a relatively good track record in publishing the specifications of electronic products before their official introduction. Therefore, it is likely that the final model of the Pixel 7a will look similar to these images.