Google Pixel 7a Leaked Before The Announcement


Google Pixel 7a Leaked Before The Announcement


Google Pixel 7a has not been announced yet, but the whole phone leaked along with the specs and design.

It’s not the first time that Google is facing such a big leak before the announcement of their flagship smartphone.

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Before 7a, Pixel 4 was the most leaked phone in Google’s history, as it was fully reviewed before even it was announced.

Just like every other Google Pixel A series, it’s also going to be an exclusive budget flagship smartphone that will drive customers towards it.

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However, you might witness several sacrifices in the specs sheet and other minor ones. But that’s what Google has been doing lately.

Google Pixel 7a Leaked – Here’s the Specs

The new Google Pixel 7a live images circulate all over the internet and strike a similar design to the regular 7.

Source: GSM Arena

Featuring a punch-hole display, with a slightly curved glass back and a camera visor. With the size, it looks quite thicker than the regular 7.

In the world of Google A specs street,  7a comes with a GHL1X model number and we get confirmation it packs 8GB LPDDR5 RAM manufactured by Samsung and a 128GB storage module (presumably UFS 3.1) from SK Hynix/Micron.

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The rest of the specs include a 6.1-inch OLED display with FHD+ resolution and a 90Hz refresh rate. Google’s in-house Tensor G2 chipset, a 64MP (IMX787) main cam, and 12MP ultrawide module.

Google decided to upgrade the A series by including 5W wireless charging – a first in the Pixel a-series.

As per the sources, it is expected to be launched in 2023 at the Google I/O conference in May. The price of the Google Pixel 7a will be revealed at the event as well.


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