Increasing numbers of Google Pixel 7a leaks are appearing online in advance of the device’s predicted May 10 debut at the Google IO conference. The phone is once again the subject of rumors, and this time, its color options and cases have been spotted online.
The disclosure from the German blog Winfuture indicates that the Pixel 7a will be available in three colors: blue, white, and gray. The proprietary coverings will employ the same hues as the mobile device, which is not wholly unexpected. As you may recall, the Pixel 6a debuted with two color options in 2017: white and black.
The renders indicate the Pixel 7a will not undergo significant alterations, though there may be subtle distinguishing characteristics. In contrast to the solid black bar on the rear of the Pixel 6a, the bar on the rear may have a silver finish with a minor gradient to match the phone’s color. The rims may also have a finish that matches the smartphone, unlike the black rims on the Pixel 6a. From the renderings, it is challenging to discern the thickness of the camera bar. If Google decides to use a larger sensor, as previous rumors have suggested, the Pixel 7a could be heavier than the Pixel 7a.
Similar to the Pixel 6a, the Pixel 7a will presumably feature two cameras on the rear. According to a previous disclosure, Google may add a 64-megapixel Sony IMX787 primary sensor this year. If true, this would be a significant improvement over the Pixel 6a’s 12-megapixel primary sensor. The primary camera may be supplemented by an ultrawide 12-megapixel Sony IMX712 camera.
Under the guts, the Pixel 7a will likely feature the same Google Tensor G2 SoC that powers the Pixel 7 series. After introducing the original Tensor G1 SoC on the Pixel 6 series, Google introduced it on the Pixel 6a. There may also be a larger battery, an enhanced display with a refresh rate of 90Hz, and 5G.