The Pixel 7a looks all set for a Google I/O debut on May 10 but these days, it’s not a big phone reveal until it’s plagued by plenty of leaks, is it? The newest bit comes from a tipster and gives us a detailed idea of the main specs of this upcoming mid-ranger.
The Pixel 7a can be expected to ship with the Google Tensor G2 chip at its heart. This is the same SoC that’s adopted by phones from the Pixel 7 range, giving them plenty of brawn in terms of raw performance.
The tipster, Debayan Roy has also pointed out that the phone will come with LPDDR5 RAM, giving it access to better memory management. Additionally, the fast UFS 3.1 type of storage could be part of the Pixel 7a’s offerings as well.
The leak even confirms a display spec that was speculated earlier. The Pixel 7a is expected to be the first handset from the A-series to feature a high refresh rate panel. The 6.1-inch FHD+ panel onboard the phone might grab a 90Hz refresh rate, like the Pixel 7.
For imaging, the device could come equipped with a dual camera setup consisting of a 64MP Sony IMX787 main sensor and a 12MP ultra-wide unit. It’s worth noting that while earlier leaks had indeed pointed to a 64MP main shooter, the ultra-wide camera was predicted to be 13MP in resolution.
Moving on, Pixel 7a could bring another first for the A-series in the form of wireless charging support. The new leak states that 5W wireless charging support could be granted to the Android 13 handset.
As we said, Google I/O on May 10 is the most likely when you can expect the Pixel 7a to go official. Stay tuned till then.