Google I/O 2023 tech event is going to be held on May 10, the CEO of the tech giant Sundar Pichai has confirmed. And on this same day, the company is rumored to take the wraps off its latest smartphone, the Google Pixel 7a. And today, two months before its official debut, the specifications of the device have been leaked online. Famous tipster Debayan Roy is behind this information leak. This tipster on Twitter has revealed hands-on images of the upcoming Google-developed handset along with information about its display features, processor version, camera front, software and charging speed. And since the renders of the Pixel 7a phone have already surfaced, we have seen the design of the device.
The upcoming Google Pixel 7A smartphone will come with a 6.1-inch OLED display panel, which will offer a 90Hz refresh rate. In this case, the already leaked renders show a punch-hole cutout in the middle of the phone’s display surface, in which the selfie camera will be located. Meanwhile, according to information provided by the tipster, the handset may come with the Tensor G2 processor developed in joint partnership between Google and Samsung to deliver improved performance. Notably, this same processor is present in the flagship Pixel 7 series as well. The device will also offer LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 onboard storage. It is known that stock Android 13 will be available on Pixel 7a operating system.
This upcoming smartphone from Google will have a dual rear camera setup. These cameras could be – 64 megapixel Sony IMX787 primary sensor and 12 megapixel ultra-wide angle lens. In this regard, the Sony IMX787 CMOS Exmor RS is a flagship image sensor, capable of capturing low-light shots in high-dynamic range. The information regarding the resolution of the front camera of the device is still unknown to us. However, our guess is that the Pixel 7a phone may be offered with a 10.8 megapixel or slightly higher resolution supported lens like the predecessor Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro models. However, according to the leak, the handset will support 5W wireless charging. However, the battery capacity is unclear at the moment.