Google Pixel 7a gets unofficial reveal, if new images are to be believed
It’s been an eventful day in the world of Google Pixel leaks, as a glut of new information – and images – about the Google Pixel 7a has surfaced online.
If the latest batch of images are to be believed, then the Google Pixel 7a is going to be a pretty impressive handset when it launches later this year.
The biggest talking point is the inclusion of an eight-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor, which is a significant upgrade on the Google Pixel 3a’s Snapdragon 670 chip.
The Snapdragon 765G is a powerful processor that should enable the Google Pixel 7a to offer impressive performance, and it’s also worth noting that it’s the same chip that’s used in the OnePlus 8 and the Oppo Reno 3.
Another major talking point is the Google Pixel 7a’s camera setup, which appears to have been significantly overhauled compared to the Google Pixel 3a.
The most noticeable change is the inclusion of a revised camera bar, which now houses two sensors instead of one.
One of the sensors is likely to be a wide-angle camera, and the other is likely to be an updated version of the Google Pixel 3a’s 12.2-megapixel main camera.
Other notable changes include the inclusion of a USB-C port, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and a fingerprint sensor on the rear of the device.
The Google Pixel 7a is shaping up to be a pretty impressive handset, and it’s clear that Google is pulling out all the stops to make sure it’s a success.
We’ll keep you updated with all the latest Google Pixel 7a news as we get it.