The days when it always had to be the latest and therefore usually the most expensive smartphone are over for many users. No wonder, after all, for example, the upcoming iPhone will be even more expensive than before. The new information about the Google Pixel 7a is just right.
They make you dream of a price-performance hit! At the moment we are not talking about officially confirmed specifications and prices, but only about a leak. The insider responsible for this, Yogesh Brar, is no stranger to the industry and is considered to be well informed.
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Do you want to first keep an eye on the supposed specifications of the Pixel 7a? Please, you can have:
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The price in particular catches the eye. You wouldn’t expect a price tag in the $500 region for a smartphone with these features. Exactly how much Google calls up in this country remains to be seen, but one thing can be said with relative certainty: It won’t be 800 or even 1,000 euros.
Even if the Pixel 7a is priced higher than it has been in years past, it could keep its reputation as a value-for-money pick.
For comparison: The Pixel 7a could even compete with a Samsung Galaxy S23 with the above specs – apart from the display resolution – and even trump it in terms of battery capacity. For the S23, however, you currently have to dig much deeper into your pocket.
Release may be imminent
We won’t have to wait much longer until we get clarity as to whether the leaked information is correct. Because the presentation and possibly even market launch of the Pixel 7a is already expected at the Google in-house exhibition I/O, which starts on May 10, 2023.
The Pixel 7a isn’t the only new Google device coming out this year. You can find out more about this in the following articles:
What do you say about the leaked information about the Google Pixel 7a? Would you have wished for even more hardware power or does the information even exceed your wildest expectations? Would buying a smartphone be an option for you or are you currently well supplied with your current everyday companion? Let us know your thoughts on the topic in the comments!