Google isn’t done with the Pixel 7 series yet and if rumors are real, we may get to see a Google Pixel 7 Ultra, Google Pixel 7 Mini and also a Google Pixel 7a. Some of them may get cancelled in the process, but only one has leaked this week: Google Pixel 7a.
Courtesy of @OnLeaks and Smartprix we get to see the Google Pixel 7a in renders. It borrows heavily from the Google Pixel, with that visor back camera, like a small hump at the back, with dual sensors. We’re months away from this debut, which is most likely scheduled for Q1 or Q2 2023. This seems like a long and narrow device, with very large screen bezels, maybe larger than the Galaxy A53 ones. Especially the chin…
The Pixel 6a had the Pixel 6 visor camera, so there’s no surprise here. The measurements are, according to the source 152.4 x 72.9 x 9 mm, going to 10.1 mm for the camera bump area. The Pixel 6a was a tad smaller, 152.2 x 71.8 x 8.9 mm. Available in white and dark gray, this midrange phone is most likely going to be made of plastic. Rumors also talk about a 90 Hz FHD+ display, a panel made by Samsung.
We also expect a main 64 megapixel camera and a 50 megapixel ultrawide shooter, with Sony IMX787 and Sony IMX712 sensors. Wireless charging support and a Tensor G1 or G2 will be present.