Several gorgeous renders of Google’s upcoming Pixel 7a smartphone have leaked today.
In terms of the design of its back, the Pixel 7a borrows heavily from the Pixel 7, which makes sense given that they’re both parts of Google’s same line of smartphones, even though the 7a isn’t officially unveiled for some time.
The new Google Pixel 7a comes with the same center punch-hole flat display on the front as its predecessor. On the back, the device features dual rear cameras which have a visor found on the Pixel 7. The power button with volume rockers is on the right & SIM tray is on the left.
The USB Type-C port with speaker mesh on either side is on the bottom of the device. In terms of dimensions, the phone should measure 152.4 x 72.9 x 9 millimeters.
There are rumored to be two colors available – white and dark gray, which Google probably will call Charcoal and Chalk.
In addition to the 90 Hz FHD+ display panel made by Samsung, the handset will include Sony IMX787 and IMX712 sensors for the rear cameras, as well as in-display fingerprint sensor support (capped at 5W).