Google Pixel 7a
Tech Giant Google is expected to launch its most awaited Pixel 7a smartphone in the first half of 2023.
In a new leak published this weekend, the Pixel 7a had a series of specifications revealed by the well-known leakster Kuba Wojciechowski.
In his recent series of tweets, Wojciechowski mentioned that the alleged Pixel 7a may feature a 90Hz screen along with wireless charging and a new set of dual rear camera setups. According to Wojciechowski, the 90Hz panel would be a 1080p display developed by Samsung.
In terms of cameras, the Pixel 7a will adopt a Sony IMX787 main sensor while the ultra-wide camera will use a Sony IMX712. Thus, the basic Pixel phone reaches a resolution of 64 megapixels, compared to the 12 megapixels so far.
It also reconfirms what has been said about the two new image sensors on the back, an IMX787 wide-angle lens coupled to an IMX712 ultra-wide-angle lens. The first comes as a significant update compared to the current IMX363 sensor and according to Wojciechowski, this choice could make the Pixel 7 one of the best mid-range smartphones of 2023. Here is what the final configuration of the cam would be if the rumors turned out to be correct .:
- Main 50MP , Samsung GN1 1 / 1.3 “
- 13MP ultra-wide angle, Sony IMX712
- 64MP tele, Sony IMX787, 1 / 1.3 “
+ 13MP front camera (Sony IMX712)
As previously mentioned, the Pixel 7a is expected to support 5W wireless charging alongside traditional wired charging. Additionally, the Pixel 7a may be the first device to use a Google Tensor chip with Qualcomm’s Wi-Fi / Bluetooth dubbed WCN6740. Previously, Google relied on Broadcom for devices like the Pixel 6 and Pixel 7 series.
We remind you that all this information is arriving well in advance of its arrival in the markets, so since we will talk about it more and more often in the coming months, it is good to take it with the benefit of the doubt for a while longer.