- This is that time when we start to get leaks of next Gen Google Pixel A device.
- It is none other than the Google Pixel 7A, successor to the Pixel 6A.
- Now An alleged prototype of the Google Pixel 7A has been listed on Ebay.
It is that time of the year again when we start getting leaks about the next-gen affordable Google Pixel A series, which usually gets announced at the company’s annual event, i.e., Google I/O in May. Well, as evident, none other than the Google 7A, the successor of the 6A, launched last year.
Moving on, recently, the Pixel 7A design & specifications were leaked and in case you somehow missed it. This isn’t all; there’s more, as the prototype of the upcoming smartphone was spotted on eBay, allegedly to be the Google Pixel 7A.
The listing was posted by a user named nikoskom-94 Although now it’s not available as of writing this. With that being said, let’s take a look at the Design of the upcoming Google Pixel A series smartphone – Google Pixel 7A
Google Pixel 7A Design & Specs (Leaked)
The Google Pixel 7A carries the same design language as its Flagship siblings. There’s a big display at the front, with slim bezels all around, although, like an affordable smartphone, the Pixel 7A has thick bezels at the bottom.
The power button & volume rockers are on the right, the SIM card tray is on the left, and the Type-C port is at the bottom. Also, there’s a centered punch-hole front camera.
For the back, as the Pixel 7A shares the same design as its Flagship siblings, so there’s a camera bar module that houses dual rear cameras with LED flash in it, and the camera bar merges with the side of the phone and the Google branding in the middle.
The frame of the 7A seems to be made out of metal, unlike the plastic frame on the predecessor, and even the camera bar that blends with the sides of the phone is made of metal.
As for the Specifications, the handset is rumored to feature a 6.1-inch FullHD+ display with a 90hz refresh rate & powering it will be the Google Tensor G2 processor.
Also, Google Pixel 7A is speculated to have more RAM, i.e., 8GB, instead of the usual 6GB on the 6A, which is surely an upgrade, although the storage is expected to remain the same (128GB)
As per the report, the handset will have a 12MP camera lens at the back, although previous reports have mentioned about 64MP, so take these leaks with a pinch of salt.
With that being said, there is still time left for the launch, so we’re sure that we’ll get more pieces of information as we get close to the launch.
Coming back to the eBay listing, nikoskom-94 sought to auction the alleged prototype Google Pixel 7A for $5,000; although there was no buyer after that, the price was lowered to $2,500, and again, the price was lowered to $1,500 this time around.
This is all as of now; as I mentioned above, we’ll get more info as we close to the Google I/O event. Stay tuned.