The first images of Google Pixel 7a appear online

Google Pixel 7a

Google already has its plans for new devices that will arrive in the first months of 2023 and one of them will be a lighter version of its current flagship phone. Under the name of Google Pixel 7a , one of the most trusted leakers in the industry has been made with the first images of its conceptual design.

Basically, the information can be considered true as @OnLeaks has published it together with the specialized media Smartprix. Far from any surprise, the aesthetic style remains in the same line as what is seen in the current Google Pixel 7 but with some differences that we will highlight below:

What to expect from the Google Pixel 7a

Google Pixel 7a leaks several months before its announcement

The Google Pixel 7 will logically follow the path of its “big brother” in terms of its design with a rear camera module that protrudes from the rest of the surface, but as expected it will end up being a bit smaller. In figures similar to those of the Pixel 6a, dimensions of 152.4 x 72.9 x 9.0 mm can be counted.

In the “render” that corresponds to its front design, it is possible to find bezels a little wider than the Pixel 7 , also maintaining the classic lower edge larger than the rest of its surface. Its front camera for selfies and video calls is also maintained with a hole on the same screen.

Entering the field of rumors, the Google Pixel 7a would have a Full HD+ quality screen with a 90 Hz refresh rate that would be in charge of Samsung, a Tensor 2 processor and would arrive with the advantage of being the first of the Brand in adding support for wireless charging. For its cameras there would be no changes to what is the standard model, with a 50-megapixel main sensor and a secondary 12-megapixel wide-angle sensor.

Despite these leaks, it is not necessary to expect that the announcement of the Google Pixel 7a is imminent, much less, since at the moment it is believed that its officialization would only come next May during Google I / O 2023 , probably in conjunction with the debut of the already filtered Pixel Tablet.

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