Google’s inability to shut down leaks has been on full display in recent days. Last week, we reported what could be the first Pixel 8 leak, just weeks after the Pixel 7’s launch. Then, this morning, we shared front page tech Extensive Pixel Fold leak. In fact, there have been so many leaks that we actually missed the Pixel 7a leak last weekend.
Last Friday, developer Kuba Wojciechowski revealed several details about the unannounced Pixel 7a in a long twitter thread, According to Wojciechowski’s sources, Google’s Pixel 7a will have three significant upgrades over the Pixel 6a.
First and foremost, the Pixel 7a will reportedly come with Samsung’s 90Hz 1080p panel. Previous models in Google’s budget Pixel line have had 60Hz display panels, including the Pixel 6a. This refresh rate upgrade will make the budget line look even more attractive, and it won’t require any complicated modding.
Wojciechowski also claims that the Pixel 7a will be the first affordable Pixel to support wireless charging. It may be limited to 5W, but wireless charging has become a standard feature on most flagship phones, even the third-generation iPhone SE.
Lastly, the Pixel 7a will feature an upgraded rear camera setup. Google will reportedly include Sony’s IMX787 sensor and IMX712 sensor on the Pixel 7a. Wojciechowski says that the IMX787 “will be a huge upgrade over the older IMX363 and should make the Pixel 7a a better option for camera quality in the mid-range.”
Some of these details appeared in previous leaks, but we’re starting to get a fuller picture of the Pixel 7a ahead of its debut. However, that debut is still several months away, as the Pixel 6a didn’t arrive until nine months after its launch.
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