First render images reveal the design of the Pixel 7a

First render images reveal the design of the Pixel 7a

The first render images for the upcoming mid-range smartphone Google Pixel 7a have been leaked. In addition to a view of the new camera bar, the question of whether a classic headphone connection is still to be expected is also clarified.

At the beginning of next year, Google wants to present its new budget smartphone. Leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer publishes the first reliable images of the Google Pixel 7a on the Smartprix technology portal. This also reveals the housing design, which will decorate Google's first highlight in 2023.

Camera bar and display in the new mid-range smartphone

The rumors of the past few weeks have come true for the eagerly awaited new camera bar: It has to make do with two instead of three lenses. For the two main cameras, Google installed Sony's IMX787 wide-angle camera with 64 megapixels and the ultra-wide-angle camera IMX712 with 13 megapixels. As a front camera, the Pixel 7a is equipped with the IMX712 from Sony, also with 13 megapixels.

While details on the display size have not yet been released, it has already leaked out which display the Google Pixel 7a will be equipped with. Samsung is contributing a Full HD Plus display with 90 Hertz: the dimensions of the smartphone are circulating online for the smartphone: 152.4 x 72.9 x 10.1 millimeters, including the protruding camera bar, which is typical of the pixel models.

The Google Pixel 7a gets these connections and colors

Die Anschlüsse vom Google Pixel 7a

USB-C or wireless: details of the Google Pixel 7a connections have been leaked. Image: © Smartprix/OnLeaks 2022

Nothing of the prized headphone jack can be seen on the leaked render images. This means that the trend of no longer installing a jack connection is continuing, even in the mid-range price segment. Instead, the Google Pixel 7a gets a latest-generation low-energy audio Bluetooth module.

Nothing is publicly known about the exact battery capacity, but information is circulating that the Pixel 7a will support wireless induction charging. The common USB-C port for charging and wired data transfer can be seen in the picture on the bottom of the smartphone.

Two color variants are currently being discussed for the new mid-range model from Google: In addition to white, gray is also available, probably with better-sounding color names. That would continue the metallic look of the Pixel 7. According to the current status, there should not be any other housing colors.


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