Google Pixel 7a Renders Leaked Showcasing Familiar Design. The development of the Google Pixel 7a is open knowledge. The gadget is expected to be packed with several enhancements over the Pixel 6a, and could potentially have a high refresh rate panel, the absence of which was a huge criticism about the Pixel 6a.
The Google Pixel 7a renders have now been made public thanks to a fresh revelation by Smartprix. The renders show that it shares the Pixel 7’s camera visor and dual camera cutout. Even the LED flash is in the same area as the Pixel 7’s.
The device, according to OnLeaks, will measure 152.4 x 72.9 x 9.0 mm (10.1mm with the camera bump). The front of the device will feature thin bezels and a somewhat sized chin. At the top middle of the display, the gadget will have a punch-hole cutout for the front camera.
This is your first look at the upcoming Google Pixel 7a https://t.co/VdGRYaY5Vk
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The phone’s power button and volume rockers are on the right spine, and the SIM card slot is on the left. The smartphone’s USB type-C port and speaker grille are situated there. According to earlier speculations, the smartphone will contain a 3.5mm jack.
The fact that it is absent from the visual representations suggests that the rumours may not be totally accurate. All things considered, it appears that the Pixel 7a will similarly resemble the Pixel 7. In this article, we will examine the specifications of the device based on the information currently available.
Google Pixel 7a specs (Rumored)
The rumoured refresh rate for the FHD+ Samsung-made panel on the Google Pixel 7a is 90Hz. IMX787 and IMX712 sensors could be used in the device’s dual rear cameras. It’s expected that the smartphone would support 5W wireless charging. Google’s Tensor chip might be powering the device, and a fingerprint scanner embedded in the screen would add an extra layer of protection.
Google Pixel 7A will look similar to Pixel 6a, renders suggest https://t.co/Rb47CqsyEa
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It is hoped that the gadget would include compatibility with Bluetooth Low Energy (LE), which will greatly improve connectivity while having minimal impact on battery life. White and dark grey versions of the smartphone are now speculated to launch in early 2023.