A storm is brewing in the tech world, and all eyes are on the highly anticipated Google Pixel 7a. Leaks and rumors surrounding this successor to the popular Pixel 6a have ignited excitement and speculation among enthusiasts.
Today at Google I/O 2023, the highly anticipated Google Pixel 7a made an appearance in an official leaked promo video by OnLeaks. While the video doesn’t reveal anything new, it does confirm previous leaks and showcases the Pixel 7a in various colors, excluding the red variant that surfaced last month. You can watch the leaked clip below.
According to previous leaks, the Google Pixel 7a is expected to feature the Tensor G2 SoC, Titan M2 chip, and a 6.1-inch Full HD+ 90Hz display. It will boast an IP67 rating for water and dust resistance, support wireless charging, and sport a triple-camera setup comprising a 64MP primary lens, 13MP ultrawide lens, and 13MP selfie camera. Notably, the smartphone will also come equipped with exciting features like Photo Unblur, Magic Eraser, and Night Sight.
In terms of power and storage, the Pixel 7a is rumored to offer 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 128GB of UFS 3.1 storage. These specifications would provide users with seamless multitasking, faster app loading times, and ample storage for their needs.
Battery life is another exciting aspect, with leaked information pointing to a substantial 4,400mAh battery capacity. Paired with the energy-efficient Tensor G2 chip, the Pixel 7a could deliver impressive battery performance. Additionally, the phone may support 20W wired charging and 5W wireless charging, a first for the Pixel A-series.
Photography enthusiasts can expect the Pixel 7a to continue the Pixel series’ tradition of exceptional camera capabilities. Leaks suggest a 64MP primary sensor with OIS and a 12MP ultra-wide lens, promising top-tier photography experiences from a mid-range smartphone.
Design-wise, Google seems to be maintaining its signature aesthetic with a blend of matte and glossy elements. The leaked videos showcase a sturdy aluminum frame, combining aesthetics and practicality.
Rumored to be priced at $499, the Google Pixel 7a is expected to go on sale immediately after its unveiling, distinguishing it from the Pixel Fold, another highly anticipated device set to be unveiled at Google I/O 2023 but slated for release on June 27th. Stay tuned for more updates and be among the first to experience the latest from Google’s Pixel lineup.