Friday, July 19, 2024
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Google’s Pixel 7a Leaked Pictures Show a New Color Option

Google is planned to announce the Pixel 7a at its next I/O developer event in May. But before even the mid-range Android becomes official, it has already been leaked numerous times revealing most of the specs and design. Today, a set of computer-generated images confirm which colorways it will be offered.

Based on what we can piece together, the Google Pixel 7a is sporting a new shade this year. The pictures shared by My Smart Price show a new light blue colorway that should replace the sage green along with the white and dark gray. The last resembles the Charcoal option of the Pixel 6a, but it’s muted and lighter.

It’s noticeable that Google is dropping the two-tone finish and the Pixel 7a will closely follow the design of the last year’s flagship Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro (review). The edge-to-edge camera visor that houses the dual camera at the back is apparently made from a metal or other type of material rather than the glass panel of its predecessor.

Google Pixel 7a colors white, gray, light blue
Google Pixel 7a colors include a new light blue shade / © MySmartPrice

New features and specs on the Google Pixel 7a

On the front we get to see the same thick bezels, particularly on the bottom chin. The display was previously reported to be unchanged with a 6.1-inch OLED panel, although the edges look to be flatter this time. Lastly, the two buttons on the right side are kept with no visible changes in tow.

Per rumor, the Pixel 7a is tipped to arrive with an upgraded 64MP main camera which is mated to the 12MP ultra-wide sensor from last year. Furthermore, the 8MP selfie camera could be retained for another year. Besides the new Tensor G2 chipset that will power the mid-range, a bigger battery capacity expected as well.

Details about the pricing of Google’s Pixel 7a are thin on the ground. It’s safe to say the search giant could position it similar to the original retail price of the Pixel 6a at $449. At this cost, we want to know if do you think this will be favorable for the company or not?


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