Leaked Hands-On Video of the Google Pixel 7a Indicates a Design and a 90Hz Refresh Rate Display



According to reports, Google is getting ready to introduce the mid-range Pixel 7a later this year. A leaked hands-on video provides a preview of the alleged handset's design before the tech giant makes an official announcement. It is evident that the design language of the Pixel 7a and its predecessor are comparable. It has thick bezels with a hole-punch cutout in the centre of each of them. It is demonstrated that the Pixel 7a's display offers a refresh rate of 90Hz. In May 2022, Google revealed the Pixel 6a, which uses the Tensor SoC developed in-house.

A Google Pixel 7a hands-on video was released by a Vietnamese Facebook group, according to SlashLeak. The unreleased phone's appearance appears to be comparable to that of the Pixel 6a, Pixel 7, and Pixel 7 Pro models, according to the first-look video. It is demonstrated to feature thick bezels and a hole-punch cutout on the display that is positioned in the centre to house the selfie camera. Similar to the Pixel 7 series, the rear looks to have a twin camera arrangement enclosed in a rectangular island. The sensors are positioned with the LED flash a little bit distant from them.

Additionally, the left edge has the SIM tray, while the right spine houses the volume sliders and power button. According to the leaked video, the speaker grille and USB Type-C connector are situated on the bottom. The Pixel 7a's display will offer a 90Hz refresh rate, according to the source. It is rumoured to support Dual SIM as well.

Google has not yet released any details on the Google Pixel 7a, but it is anticipated to do so in May during the company's annual I/O conference.

According to recent reports, Samsung will supply the Pixel 7a with a 90Hz 1080p OLED screen. It may have two back cameras, one with a 64-megapixel main sensor and the other with a 13-megapixel ultra-wide sensor. The smartphone is anticipated to be powered by a Qualcomm processor and Google's Tensor G2 SoC. Additionally, it is rumoured to feature 5W wireless charging.

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