The Google Pixel 7a is shown here for the first time: Even though Google’s Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are the company’s most recent and greatest smartphones, we can’t help but look forward to what the company has in store for the future. The potential of a Pixel 7a is just too appealing, especially in light of how great both smartphones already are. Given the early claims of significant upgrades to the display, camera, and even wireless charging, a more affordable and compact Pixel 7 might be one of the finest phones of 2023. You won’t have to wait until the new year to get a sneak peek at Google’s upcoming low-cost smartphone.
In a joint effort by Smartprix and OnLeaks, we now have our first glimpse at the Pixel 7a. Their track record lends credibility to the images we’re seeing here, and it was this very duo that first leaked renders of the Pixel 7 in January. The final product launched eight months later, however, the leaked photographs showed some design trends, such as the camera bar flowing smoothly into the metal frame.
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The actual renderings, however, are probably not going to surprise anyone. Based on these screenshots, the Pixel 7a appears to be visually identical to the Pixel 7. Google’s current strategy is this, as evidenced by the Pixel 6a’s heavy inspiration from the Pixel 6.
According to today’s source, the Pixel 7a’s dimensions come in at 152.4 x 72.9 x 9.0mm, not accounting for the camera bar. It’s 2 mm taller, 1.1mm broader, and.1mm thicker than the Pixel 6a, making it almost identical to that device. The extra millimeter of width is intriguing, but in practice, it’s unlikely that anyone will notice the other size adjustments. In addition, it indicates a second display of 6.1 inches in size, rather than any other size.
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Otherwise, it’s essentially a rebranded Pixel 7. The glossy exterior is joined by recognizable elements including a flat display, matte band, and two camera lenses on the rear. I can’t tell the difference between this and the phone next to me on my desk.
And to be honest, that’s really acceptable. Most of the rumored enhancements, including a faster 90Hz display and wireless charging, are said to be internal. Once this Pixel 7a is out next year, it’ll be hard to imagine why anyone would choose to upgrade to the Pixel 7, though we won’t know anything about it until then.
Smartprix claims the phone’s color options will be white and “dark grey,” both of which are somewhat uninspiring and likely to turn off budget-conscious consumers. Hopefully, we’ll have a third choice by 2023, or even sooner given that we’re already detailing the design of this phone eight months before it’s scheduled to go on sale.
When did Google launch the newest Pixel 7?
Google first hinted at the Pixel 7 series in May 2022, and then formally introduced it on October 6th, 2022, with a release date of October 13th, 2022.
When did Google launch its first Pixel device?
With the Pixel and Pixel XL, Google has introduced a new range of Android smartphones to replace the Nexus brand. First unveiled on October 4, 2016, at the Made by Google event, they were made available in the United States on October 20, 2016.
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Can you swim with a Google Pixel 7?
Protection from water and dust is provided by IP68 on both the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro (the highest rating for most high-end smartphones available today). The new Pixel phones can remain functional for up to 30 minutes after being submerged in clean water at a depth of 6 meters.
Pixel 7: Is It Available in India?
The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, Google’s first flagship phones to arrive in India since the Pixel 3 series, has finally gone on sale. The latest Tensor G2 CPU and camera upgrades are included in the Google Pixel 7 series.
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