New leak offers us our first glimpse on the Pixel 7a

Google Pixel 7a render


  • Newly leaked renders have given us our first take a look at the Pixel 7a.
  • The photographs reveal a tool that’s not too far off from the Pixel 6a’s design.
  • The size are mentioned to be 152.4 x 72.9 x 9.0mm.

Now that the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Professional have been out for some time, the subsequent telephone we’ve been anticipating to see from Google is the subsequent iteration of its midrange A-series. Though there’s not lots of info to go on but, some newly leaked renders present us what the gadget might appear like.

In collaboration with prolific leaker, OnLeaks, the oldsters over at Smartprix have obtained leaked renders that give us our potential first take a look at the Pixel 7a. Primarily based on the pictures, the handset is harking back to the Pixel 6a, like how the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Professional are just like their predecessors.

Based on the web site, the telephone supposedly measures in at 152.4 x 72.9 x 9.0mm with a ten.1mm digicam bump. If true, this is able to make the Pixel 7a barely bigger than the Pixel 6a’s 152.2 x 71.8 x 8.9mm physique by the slimmest of margins.

Google Pixel 7a 5K1 scaled 1

The renders additionally reveal that the digicam bar will possible undertake a steel end like the remainder of the Pixel 7 sequence. And it appears the 7a’s digicam bar could find yourself utilizing a matte aluminum end as seen within the Pixel 7 as a substitute of the Pixel 7 Professional’s polished aluminum.

As for the entrance of the gadget, it seems that the display screen may have principally skinny bezels aside from on the underside the place the bezel will get barely thicker.

Additionally just like the opposite fashions within the Pixel 7 lineup, the Pixel 7a’s energy button and quantity rocker are on the precise aspect of the gadget and the SIM tray could be discovered on the left aspect.

Solely a few weeks in the past, a leak revealed that the Pixel 7a might have a 90Hz 1080p show. This may give it the best refresh fee seen on any earlier A-series telephone.