Thanks to an Amazon leak, it had already emerged at the end of October that the Google Pixel 7a would arrive much earlier than expected, probably during the first half of 2023, and not in late June. Today, for the first time, Pixel 7a shows itself with renders appeared on the web.
You can take a look at the renders, published by Smartprix And On Leaksat the bottom of this news or on the pages of Smartprix, which has published both images in 5K and a Pixel 7a 360° video. The video, built on the phone’s rumored and leaked specs over the last few months, notably explains that the Pixel 7a will be a huge step up from the Pixel 6a.
For example, Google’s new mid-range will solve the Pixel 6a’s biggest problem, namely the Refresh rate locked at just 60Hz, increasing it up to 90 Hz. This is still a value lower than the 120 Hz of Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro, but the “jump” to 90 Hz should satisfy all possible buyers of the device, which should have a rather low price . The screen, however, will have a 6.14″ diagonal.
On the camera side, the render confirms a housing with only two lensesagainst the three of Big G’s top-of-the-range smartphones. The two lenses, however, should be a 64 MP Sony IMX787 (as main camera) and a 13 MP Sony IMX712 ultra-wide angle.
Under the body of the smartphone we find it same Tensor 2 chipset as Pixel 7 and 7 Pro, along with a new Bluetooth and Wi-Fi chip from Qualcomm, the WCN6740. Finally, the smartphone should support 5W wireless charging thanks to a P9222 chip.