A private Facebook group from Vietnam has posted a hands-on video of the upcoming Google Pixel 7a. In the leaked video, a pre-production Pixel 7a was shown. According to the video clip, the device’s screen supports a 90Hz refresh rate. That’s all we know about its specs. Google has remotely locked the leaked Pixel 7a, according to tipster Chun.

The device does not boot to the home screen since it has been remotely locked. When the device is turned on, it does not go beyond the fastboot menu, as shown in the video. In the fastboot menu, RAM and storage capacities are revealed.

As of now, the Pixel 7a is equipped with 8 GB of Samsung’s LPDDR5 RAM. Micron also provides 128 GB of UFS storage (could be UFS 3.1). The fastboot menu also displays the “Lynx” codename.

Last year’s Pixel 6a had a 60Hz FHD+ display, a first-generation Tensor chipset, and 6 GB of LPDDR4x RAM. Pixel 7a, on the other hand, is expected to have a 90Hz FHD+ screen, the latest Tensor G2 chip, and faster LPDDR5 RAM.

The Pixel 7a’s rear shell will also have a new dual-camera system with a 64-megapixel Sony IMX787 main camera and a Sony IMX712 ultra-wide camera. The battery capacity is unknown, but wireless charging is said to be supported.