High-definition images of the Pixel 7a, an upcoming mid-range Android phone from Google that is expected to be officially unveiled at I/O 2023 in May, leaked online.
Vietnamese blog Zing News recently shared a set of real HD photos of the Pixel 7a, which show the camera using the same strip design as the Pixel 7, with matte aluminum instead of glass on the camera bump to make it more durable. However, the photos also confirm that Google has not reduced the width of the bezel around the screen.
The Pixel 7a looks more advanced in photos thanks to its glass back.
It’s hard to tell from actual photos, but the Pixel 7a should retain the same 6.1-inch display size as its predecessor, though the refresh rate will increase to 90Hz. The phone will come with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, according to information about the device and the boot menu. By comparison, the Pixel 6a only has 6GB of RAM.
Other details confirmed from the actual photos include a single physical SIM card slot, rubber protection around the SIM slot for IP protection levels, a speaker at the bottom and a USB-C port. Google locked the phone remotely soon after the images were shared online, making it difficult to determine other specifications. The Pixel 7 a, however, will have a Tensor G2 chip, a 15W wireless charger and the same $450 price tag as its predecessor, according to previous leaks.