Google has a hard time keeping its Pixel devices under wraps ahead of their official release, and the Pixel 7a is no exception. Various leaks have come in recent weeks, both for the new Google cell phone and the Pixel Tablet. With live images and pricing recently emerging, we now have what appears to be official marketing material for the Pixel 7a.
It seems that most of the previous Google Pixel 7a leaks were true. The slides confirm the 90Hz display, the Tensor G2 chipset with a Titan M2 security chip and wireless charging. Wireless charging is a first in the Pixel A series. The leak also mentions the new 64-megapixel main camera, which should be based on a Sony IMX787 sensor.
We also get some good insights into the design of the Pixel phone. It follows the design language of the Pixel 7 series with a wide camera visor. Also, thanks to well-known tipster Evan Blass, a new color of the Google Pixel 7a has emerged, which you can see in the second image above. Blass hasn’t revealed the marketing name for this color, but Google, as usual, should come up with something creative.
The Google Pixel 7a is expected to be unveiled at next month’s Google I/O conference, which starts on May 10th. It will come in the colors Charcoal, Snow, Sea and Coral, and the new red version. Accordings to the latest leaks, prices will start at $499 (€454) and the device will go on sale immediately after launch.