According to sources, Google I/O 2023 will introduce the Pixel 7a on May 10.
As usual, leaks have exposed most of the phone's specs. 91mobiles and infamous leaker Yogesh Brar released new battery, display, and technological specs.
91mobiles and the leaker detail the Pixel 7a's features. Tensor G2, the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro's silicone, was predicted in the Pixel 7a. Along with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage, Brar validates the rumors. Now we know the Pixel 7a's screen refreshes at 90Hz: 6.1-inch OLEDs with Full HD+ resolution are ideal. 12MP ultrawide and 64MP OIS rear cameras. The Pixel 6a's 12-megapixel camera is nice, but it's old, so this would be a big upgrade. As previously announced, the Pixel 7a will also support face unlocks. Wireless charging, seen on high-end smartphones, is slowly making its way to cheaper handsets. The Pixel 7a may include a 4,400mAh battery that supports 20W cable charging, up from the Pixel 6a's 18W.
The pricing matches what we've seen. Pixel 7a costs $500, $50 more than its predecessor. Due to regular price decreases, the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7a are becoming increasingly indistinguishable. MySmartPrice published stolen advertising materials, supporting Yogesh Brar and 91mobiles. Here are Pixel 7a's latest features. Tensor G2, wireless charging, and the 64MP primary camera.
After these leaks, Google I/O will have few Pixel 7a announcements. Except for facial verification, the leaks haven't revealed any new software trickery the phone may feature. The Pixel 7a may offer Photo Unblur and other Pixel 7 features. This phone may have a revolutionary new feature from Google.