Google's next budget smartphone, the Pixel 7a, was leaked today, and we can now find some interesting-looking renders online.
Google's next budget smartphone, the Pixel 7a, was leaked today, and we can now find some interesting-looking renders online.

The Pixel 7a's rear design unsurprisingly borrows heavily from the Pixel 7, which makes sense considering they're theoretically part of the same generation of smartphones in Google's stable -- though we're likely still a few years away from the 7a's official debut.

The Pixel 6a mimicked the Pixel 6's visor-style camera module, and in the same way the Pixel 7a mimics the Pixel 7's metal bar. On the front, however, the 7a's cheap feel becomes even more pronounced, with thick bezels all around (the bottom chin is doubly thick).

The phone is expected to measure 152.4 x 72.9 x 9mm (10.1mm for the camera bump). The Pixel 6a is slightly smaller in every way, measuring 152.2 x 71.8 x 8.9mm, but those differences (other than width) are so small that you're unlikely to notice them even when the two are side by side.

The Pixel 7a is said to come in two colors -- white and dark gray -- and may have other color nomenclatures like charcoal and chalk when the product is finally released.

According to rumors, the phone will feature a 90Hz FHD+ display panel made by Samsung , Sony IMX787 and IMX712 sensors for the rear cameras, support for wireless charging (capped at 5W), and an in-display fingerprint sensor.
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