[Exclusive]: Google Pixel 7a render display its design

The Google Pixel 7a has been in the news for a few months now as a few leaks have disclosed its features and technical details. The Pixel 7a has so far been kept a secret by the major search engine companies, however, Smartprix and OnLeaks worked together to publish the first image of the device.

The Google Pixel 7a has been in the news for a few months now as a few leaks have disclosed its features and technical details. The Pixel 7a has so far been kept a secret by the major search engine companies, however, Smartprix and OnLeaks worked together to publish the first image of the device.

Pixel 7a from Google: Design

These unreleased Pixel 7a pictures demonstrate how similar the look is to the current Google Pixel 6a. The Google Pixel 7a appears to have a rectangular camera island on the upper side of the back panel, as can be seen in the renderings. The gadget measures 152.4 x 72.9 x 9.0mm (10.1mm with the camera bump). The Pixel 6a was 152.2 x 71.8 x 8.9 mm in comparison. The screen and size change from its predecessor is not very visible.

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The Google logo is located in the centre of the back panel. The two sensors are visible in an oval-shaped region of the camera island, and the flash is positioned at a small angle.

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The gadget will have small bezels all around and a somewhat larger chin when it comes to the front screen. The gadget will include a punch-hole cutout in the top-middle of the display for the installation of the front camera. On the right spine of the phone, you’ll find the power and volume rockers, and on the left spine, you’ll notice the SIM tray.

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The smartphone’s speaker grille and USB type-C connector are both found on the bottom side. According to earlier rumours, the smartphone would include a 3.5mm connector. However, we were unable to locate one in the renderings, indicating that the rumours may not be entirely true. According to what we can currently see, the phone will come in two colour options: White and Dark Grey. Finally, we can state that the design of the product is eerily similar to other phones in the Google Pixel 7 series.

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A 360-degree clip showing the Google Pixel 7a

The Google Pixel 7a 360 video, which shows the phone’s design from every aspect, is available to us thanks to Onleaks. Let’s discuss the Pixel 7a design in detail:

Expected specifications and features for the Google Pixel 7a

According to rumours, the Samsung-developed FHD+ display for the Google Pixel 7a would have a refresh rate of 90Hz. The device’s back camera system could use IMX787 and IMX712 sensors. The smartphone will most likely enable wireless charging, something the Google Pixel 6a lacked. However, because the charging power will be limited to 5W, there is little need to get enthusiastic. A fingerprint sensor built into the panel is another something we can envisage for security reasons.

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Another round of leaks has made it known that the Pixel 7a will offer Bluetooth LE for improved connection. Regarding the smartphone’s potential release, an Amazon page for the item has already been found. According to rumours, the phone will launch in early 2023. Only this much information about the item has previously been accessible online. As the launch date gets closer, we anticipate learning more information about the handset.

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pratik patil
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Technology and innovation that includes the word "smart" are things that Pratik Patil strongly supports. This fuels his passion for writing about everything the technology sector has to offer.

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