Lately, A series of images of a real Google Pixel 7a unit has been published online By a user from Vietnam. The leak reveals the look and various technical details of Google’s “budget phone”.

The model repeats several design features of the “standard” Pixel 7such as the hole in the screen for the front camera, the slightly curved glass back and metal edges. However, the screen has rather thick bezels.

According to the images, the Google Pixel 7a unit has the serial number GHL1X. With the proprietary Tensor G2 chipset and “pure” Android 13, the device has 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal space.

Bringing simpler technical features, the phone has a 6.1-inch OLED display with Full HD + resolution and 90 Hz refresh rate. On the back of the phone, there is a 64MP main sensor and a 12MP ultra-wide-angle dual camera.

In addition to the speakers, the Google Pixel 7a has a USB-C port and a single SIM tray at the bottom. Following the trend between mid-range and high-end models, mobile phone does not have a headphone jack.

Rumors suggest that the phone should repeat the previous Pixel 6a’s IP67 water and dust resistance certification. There is also no information about the possible battery capacity of the device.

Despite the leak, the Google Pixel 7a should be introduced in May of this year.

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The expectation is that the Google Pixel 7a will be revealed during the traditional Google I/O conference in May 2023. So the device should share the attention with the so-called Google Pixel Fold.

Unfortunately, as with the brand’s other smartphones, both devices are not expected to be officially launched in Brazil.

Source: Tec Mundo

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