Google’s mid-range Pixel 7a will introduce a host of features that haven’t been part of a-series Pixels before, according to the latest rumors. It’ll be equipped with a better screen, a brand-new camera sensor, support for wireless charging, and a new modem.
The phone isn’t expected to be unveiled until next Spring, but the improvements suggest it could be a much more premium device than before, and even give the Pixel 7 a run for its money.
Google Pixel 7A specs (rumored)
Leaker Kuba Wojciechowski wrote on his Twitter account that the Google Pixel 7 Pro will come with a 90Hz refresh rate on the display, wireless charging (no mention of battery capacity), and dual rear camera setup. Also, he believes that the Google Pixel 7A will have a 50MP sensor on the rear. While its predecessor, the Pixel 6A, sports a 6.1-inch OLED screen with FHD resolution and a 12.2 MP main camera.
Additionally, the Google Pixel 7A will be the first Google Tensor-powered smartphone with a Qualcomm Wi-Fi Bluetooth chip. Spec leaks are minimal at the moment. We expect the company to reveal more details soon.