It looks like Google took note of the feedback about the Pixel 6a’s lack of a high-refresh-rate display after it was unveiled in May, since new information that has surfaced online indicates the Pixel 7a will come with Samsung’s FullHD+ 90Hz display.

According to developer Kuba Wojciechowski, Pixel 7a’s camera setup is called the “Pixel 22 Mid-range.”

According to initial reports, the Pixel 7a will feature sensors from GN1, IMX787, and IMX712. There are now only two sensors, the l10_wide sensor (IMX787) and the l10_UW sensor (IMX712). The GN1 sensor is removed from the code. Pixel 7a uses an IMX787 sensor for its primary camera, and an IMX712 sensor for its ultrawide camera.

A better camera sensor (IMX363 versus IMX787) on the 7a should translate to better photos than the Pixel 6a.

Wireless charging will also be available on the Pixel 7a, which was not available on its predecessor. Its charging speed, however, will be limited to 5W.

It remains to be seen whether Google will bring back the 3.5mm headphone jack with the Pixel 7a, which was missing from the 6a.