Leaks frequently show the complete device months before release, as is typically the case with Google’s products. Since the Pixel 6a was unveiled in May of last year, the upcoming mid-range Pixel phone, the 7a, will probably be released right before summer. However, we already have a lot of information about it.
The most recent disclosure includes specifications and live pictures of the purported 7a. A 6.1-inch, 1080p, 90Hz OLED display, Google’s Tensor G2 SoC, and UFS 3.1 storage are mentioned by the tipper.
A 64MP Sony IMX787 main camera and a 12MP ultrawide camera make up the camera setup on the rear. The 12.2MP sensor on the Pixel 6a will probably be significantly outperformed by the former.
The fact that the phone is set up to enable basic 5W wireless charging is arguably the most intriguing feature. The Pixel 7a appears to be a wonderful all-arounder with a proper ultrawide, powerful SoC and wireless charging in the mid-range segment, provided the price is reasonable, of course.