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Google Pixel 7a: New images reveal color options


The Pixel 7a will be confusingly similar to the Pixel 6a (Image: OnLeaks)

The successor to the hugely popular Google Pixel 6a is highly anticipated by many and most info points to a release at Google I/O 2023 on May 10th.

As is so often the case, rumors and leaks are piling up as the release approaches. Almost a full month before, Onleaks reveals what the Google Pixel 7a will look like and what color options will be available at launch.

Google Pixel 7a: This is what it looks like

The following images are from Steve Hemmerstoffer’s Twitter accountbetter known as OnLeaks, whose information has proven to be accurate many times.

These are the colors of the Google Pixel 7a: light blue, white and black.  (Source: OnLeaks)

These are the colors of the Google Pixel 7a: light blue, white and black. (Source: OnLeaks)

So, according to the leak, there will be three color options to choose from:

Google will certainly give the three colors marketing names that are not yet known. Otherwise, the cell phone looks confusingly similar to its predecessor. On the back you will find two cameras and an LED flash.

On the front, the edges of the display are a bit thicker than on the Pixel 7. There is another punch-out for the front camera.

Those are the expected specs

The Google Pixel 7a is expected to feature the powerful Tensor G2 processor be equipped, which is also used in the other Pixel 7 models.

Together with 8 gigabytes of LPDDR5 RAM, the phone should enable smooth multitasking. In contrast to the Pixel 6a, this time there will probably also be a variant with a generous storage capacity of 256 gigabytes.

The Pixel 7a’s main camera will apparently feature a 64-megapixel sensor from Sony, supported by an ultra-wide-angle lens with a 12-megapixel sensor. According to initial information, the front camera will have a resolution of 10.8 megapixels.

The 6.1 inch OLED display is expected to have a high refresh rate of 90 Hz. The Pixel 7a will also offer wireless charging, but only with a slow 5-watt charging speed. How much the phone will cost is not yet known.

What features do you expect from the Google Pixel 7a and what price would you aim for the phone? If you own a Pixel smartphone yourself, how satisfied are you with it and what improvements could Google make in the future? Tell us in the comments!

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