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Google Pixel 8a: first specs emerge

A new leak has just revealed more specs for the Google Pixel 8a, including a 120Hz display and a Tensor G3 chipset.
Google Pixel 8a

The Google Pixel 8a is about to launch and may be presented at the annual developer conference I/O as early as May. We’ve already seen it in CAD-based renders and recently heard a worrying rumor that it will be more expensive than the Pixel 7a. Of course, the price is only one side of the story, because Google will also include some upgrades for it.

The Google Pixel 8a will have a 120Hz refresh rate, a first for an A-series Pixel. Also, like the Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro, it will be powered by a Tensor G3 chipset. The Pixel 8a’s display will deliver an HDR brightness of 1,400 nits and the design of the new mid-range model will match that of the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro, as the name suggests.

The Google Pixel 8a will also offer DisplayPort output and the same cameras as the Pixel 7a. Perhaps the most exciting aspect of the Pixel 8a is its expanded availability. The Pixel 7a is currently only available in 21 countries worldwide. The 8a will be available in these countries as well as in the following new countries: Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia.


Thomas Dietrich
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