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Google Pixel 7a renders show design and colors

The Google Pixel 7a is expected to be unveiled during this year’s Google I/O developer conference. With Google Pixel phones, the first design leaks usually appear months before the launch. Like today, with the new images showing all color options as well as confirming leaked images from December and the first live images from last month.

According to the renders, there will be three variants of the Google Pixel 7a – a light blue, a white and a black or gray version. The blue variant replaces Sage (green) from last year. The black Pixel 7a (Charcoal) looks a little brighter than before. Unfortunately, the report doesn’t mention the color’s marketing names and some of them may be exclusive to certain markets.

In terms of design, the Pixel 7a looks pretty similar to the regular Pixel 7 but with thicker bezels on the front. In contrast to the predecessor Google Pixel 6a, the wide aperture of the 7 series is still on board, which accommodates the two main cameras and an LED flash. The front camera sits in a central punch hole. The layout of the buttons on the side is also similar to the last generation.

Google Pixel 7a: what to expect

The Google Pixel 7a is expected to feature a 64-megapixel Sony IMX787 main camera and a 12-megapixel ultra-wide. Up to 256 GB of internal storage is said to be on board, while last year a maximum of 128 GB was possible. Google will also reportedly increase RAM to 8GB. The selfie camera should have a resolution of 10.8 megapixels.

In addition, the Google Pixel 7a has a 6.1-inch OLED display with a refresh rate of 90 Hz. With the introduction of the new Tensor G2 processor, speed and responsiveness should also increase noticeably. In addition, there is wireless charging with 5 watts and Android 13 as the operating system.


Achim Maier
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