Google’s next entry-level smartphone, the Pixel 7a, leaked in all its glory today in some snazzy renders. Unsurprisingly, the Pixel 7a is massively reminiscent of the normal Pixel 7, especially in terms of the design of the back. However, it will most likely still be a few months before the official unveiling of the 7a.
Just as the Pixel 6a borrowed the Pixel 6‘s camera island design, the Pixel 7a mimics the Pixel 7’s metal visor. On the front, however, the cheaper price of the 7a becomes apparent due to the thick bezels, especially on the bottom. The Google phone is expected to measure 152.4 x 72.9 x 9mm (10.1mm on the camera module). The Pixel 6a was slightly smaller all around at 152.2 x 71.8 x 8.9mm, but the differences are so small that you’ll hardly notice them.
Reportedly Google will lauch the Pixel 7a in two colors – white and dark gray. On Google, the options should be Charcoal and Chalk.
Accourding to the latest rumors the Pixel 7a will sport a Samsung FHD+ display with a 90Hz refresh rate. The main cameras use Sony IMX787 and IMX712 sensors. There’s support for 5-watt wireless charging and an in-display fingerprint sensor.