As is already known, Google is working on the Pixel 7a at the moment and will go on to replace the Pixel 6a, the popular mid-range smartphone from the company. According to rumors doing the rounds of the online world, the upcoming smartphone will feature a 90Hz display, making it a desirable option for those looking for an affordable smartphone with a full Google experience. The phone has recently cleared Bluetooth SIG, suggesting that it may be available soon after its rumored launch on May 10th.
The Bluetooth SIG certification has revealed that Google’s upcoming Pixel smartphone will be available in four different model numbers: G0DZQ, GWKK3, GHL1X, and G82U8. The certification also confirms that the Pixel 7a will be compatible with Bluetooth 5.3, although no further specifications have been provided. However, there have been previous leaks so that we know what the upcoming affordable Pixel smartphone is going to be like, to some extent at least.
Leaked information suggests that the design of the Pixel 7a will be similar to its predecessor, the Pixel 6a. The back panel of the device will feature a horizontal visor, which will house a small pill-shaped cutout for its dual-camera setup. An LED flash will also be located next to the camera sensors, while the power and volume buttons will remain on the right edge of the phone.
The presence of antenna lines on the frame indicates that the Pixel 7a is likely to have a metal body. Leaked images of the device have also suggested that it will come with 8 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 128 GB of UFS 3.1 storage. It is anticipated that the Pixel 7a will feature a symmetrical bezel design surrounding its display, with a hole-punch cut-out positioned at the center top. The main camera setup of the device is expected to comprise of a 12 MP sensor and a 12 MP ultra-wide sensor. In addition, rumors suggest that the front-facing camera of the phone will be equipped with a 10.8 MP sensor.
The Pixel 7a is expected to feature a 6.1-inch AMOLED display with Full HD+ resolution and a 90Hz refresh rate. According to certain leaks, the device may be equipped with the Tensor G2 SoC and run Android 13. It could also have 5W wireless charging capability. More information is expected to become available in the coming days. Stay tuned.