The Google Pixel 7a Leaked: What We Know So Far
The Google Pixel 7a has been fully leaked, several weeks before Google is expected to officially announce the phone. While the company has yet to confirm that it’s working on a follow-up to the Google Pixel 6a, multiple signs suggest that it’s working on a Pixel 7a.
Specs for the rumored phone were teased back in November last year, with more details and images leaking a few days ago. Now, more leaks have surfaced, with an individual claiming to have got their hands on a developer unit of the Pixel 7a. Based on these leaks, the device appears to be a fusion of the Pixel 6a and Pixel 7.
The Pixel 7’s iconic metal camera bar makes a return, but the cameras themselves are different, with the 50MP main camera replaced by a 12MP one. The leaked phone also appears to have a 6.1-inch 90Hz display and lacks a headphone jack.
Most of these details track with what others have claimed are details of the device, except for the dual 12MP camera setup – previous leaks suggested that the phone would have a 50MP main camera and a 12MP ultra-wide camera.
Overall, the Pixel 7a seems to be a promising mid-range phone that could offer a lot of value for its price. We’ll have to wait for Google’s official announcement to know for sure, but based on the leaks, it’s shaping up to be a solid addition to the Pixel lineup. Stay tuned for more updates on the Pixel 7a as we get closer to its release.
Pixel 7A Camera Upgrade: From 50MP to 64MP?
Recent leaks have suggested that the Pixel 7A’s 50MP camera may be upgraded to a 64MP snapper. While this may seem unlikely for a budget-friendly handset, it’s not impossible. In fact, some mid-range phones have already surpassed the cameras of their brand’s flagships.
While we can’t confirm the upgrade just yet, it’s exciting to think about the possibility of a budget-friendly phone with a high-quality camera. Stay tuned for more updates on the Pixel 7A’s specs and features.
Google Pixel 7a Leak: Is It Real?
Google Pixel phones have a history of being leaked before their official launch, and the Google Pixel 7a is no exception. Recently, an image of the supposed Google Pixel 7a was shared by Zing News, and it has caused quite a stir among tech enthusiasts.
However, as with any leak, it’s important to take it with a grain of salt. While the image looks convincing, there’s always a chance that it’s part of an elaborate hoax. But if the leak is real, it wouldn’t be surprising, given the history of Pixel leaks.
Previous Pixel Leaks
The Google Pixel 7 had its specs leaked well ahead of its launch, and Google Pixel 6a promo images gave us a great look at the device’s upcoming hardware and software before it hit shelves too. The Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 5 were both spoiled by leaks, and the Google Pixel 4 was spotted in the wild before it could be announced too.
So, it’s possible that the Google Pixel 7a leak is real. We’ll have to wait and see what Google unveils for the phone, with an announcement expected for Google I/O 2023 in May based on the timing of previous Pixel announcements.
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