New images disclose the Google Pixel 7a appearance, the phone’s carbon and Arctic blue colors, and its particular packaging. However, the official release date has not been revealed, according to the rumored declaration during Google I/O 2023, happening on May 10.
The new photos come from a Twitter user SnoopyTech who published them under two different tweets.
The first image shows off the carbon color of Pixel 7a, which demonstrates what looks like a selling box for the phone. The box shows off the pixel 7a tag, the back of the phone, and a USB C cable.
The second image shows pictures of Pixel 7a in Arctic Blue. The images demonstrate the selling box with the back of the receiver. While it is indistinct where this device derived from, the image does appear to have some variations in which something on the rear panel is concealed.
While both phones appear virtuous, it’s tough to tell whether these are live, fake models or something else. Regarding what we can assume from the Pixel 7a statements, the device should reach a Google Tensor G2 CPU, 8GB RAM, and 128GB of internal packing if the up-to-date wave of leaks is precise.
Like the earlier Pixel 6a, there is no substitute outline option with more RAM and storage. The Pixel 7a phone will have a 6.1-inch 90Hz OLED front display, a 64MP main camera, and a 12MP ultrawide.
Furthermore, it should pack a 4400mAh battery with an extreme wired charging speed of 20W and wireless charging. As for price, the phone will allegedly come in at $499, making it $50 more than its processor.
This would make it a comparatively moral update from the prior model, but it will all be enough to make it one of the top low-priced Android phones.
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