Google Pixel 7a leaks in series of new live images
After the live look of the Google Pixel 7a mobile phone that went viral over the weekend, a new batch of images of the budget Pixel mobile phone has arrived. The Google Pixel 7a we’re currently seeing looks a lot like the vanilla Pixel 7, with a punch-hole display, slightly curved glass back and camera visor. The bezels of the mobile appear substantial and thicker than the previous Pixel 7 Pro.
The new image of the mobile carries the model number GHL1X and we clearly know that it uses an 8GB LPDDR5 RAM pack manufactured by Samsung and a 128GB storage module (probably UFS 3.1) from SK Hynix/Micron. The new images of the mobile also show a USB-C port and a single SIM slot at the bottom
The mobile on the other hand uses a 6.1-inch OLED display with FHD+ resolution and 90Hz refresh rate.
Google’s in-house Tensor G2 chipset, a 64MP (IMX787) main cam and 12MP ultrawide module. Mobile charging is expected to use 5W wireless charging – a first for the Pixel a-series. The Google Pixel 7a mobile is expected to be launched at the Google I/O 2023 conference in May.