The Google Pixel 7a will be the internet giant’s next “budget” smartphone. And we put in quotes because it will not be cheap and its price will be between 400 and 500 dollars. A new set of leaks gives us the best look we’ve yet had at its specs.
Once the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are on the market, Google prepares the launch of the cheaper version of the seriesrepeating the strategy of the 6 series. It should be on the market next quarter after passing through the Google I / O development conference and it will be a mid-range that is always of interest to users looking for the “purest” Android and the best software support.
Google Pixel 7a Specifications
The terminal will retain the design line of its older brothers and some of its components, such as the Tensor G2 SoC produced internally by Google. On the Pixel 6a, it will improve the screen refresh rate, the resolution of the main camera sensor and other sections.
- 6.1-inch OLED display with 90Hz refresh rate
- Google Tensor G2 SoC
- LPDDR5 RAM (quantity unknown; probably up to 8 GB)
- UFS 3.1 storage (quantity unknown; probably 128 GB)
- 64 MP Sony IMX787 main camera
- 5W wireless charging
- Android 13
To highlight that increase in screen refresh rate, going from 60 to 90Hz and also the wireless charging in what would be the first time that it would be included in the Google A series. Sony’s main camera is a guarantee and the resolution shown is higher than what previous leaks said. The double sensor should be enough considering the good work that Google does with software improvements.
The Pixel 7a hasn’t been confirmed by Google, but it’s certain to be announced at the Google I/O conference for late spring availability. As for the price, we don’t expect it to go below $400. But it will have a pull. The 6a was quite well valued and its (few) disadvantages we see them resolved in the new version. In addition, the Pixels continue to be a reference for a part of users who are looking for the best software support for Android, since they are the first to obtain the new updates to the operating system, security (five years), new features and versions. greater.