Recent rumours concerning Google’s most recent low-cost smartphone, the Pixel 7a, provide a completely different picture. Apart from the flagship products in the number series, the brand’s “a” series has been making waves in the market and assisting Google in establishing the Pixel name in international markets. The Pixel 3a was the main product to start this trend, which was followed by the Pixel 4a, which was a major success for the search engine giant and had a significant impact on the booming Indian smartphone industry.
According to rumours, Google may actually be updating the Pixel 7a quite heavily. As per reliable sources, Google may release the Pixel 7a with a ceramic body. This represents a significant improvement over the Pixel 6a’s plastic casing. Google undoubtedly has ambitions to incorporate ceramic into additional products, and the company recently revealed that the next Pixel Tablet will also come with a ceramic coating.
Another big addition could be in the form of flagship cameras. Rumours suggest that the Pixel 7a, code-named Lynx, will include three cameras on the back: a Samsung GN1 50MP main sensor, a 64MP telephoto sensor, and a 13MP ultrawide angle sensor. The selfies, on the other hand, will be taken care of by a 10MP sensor. This will be a departure from the pair of 12MP sensors that have been utilised on the “a” series since the Pixel 5a days.
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Additionally, it is speculated that the Pixel 7a would have a better and brighter display, faster charging capabilities, a larger battery, and maybe wireless charging that might be limited to just 5W, mostly for reverse wireless charging TWS buds like the Pixel Buds Pro.
All of these rumours seem too fantastic to be true, and some of them honestly don’t make any sense because they would reduce the difference between the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7a, which Google might not truly execute. The Pixel 7a rumour cycle has already begun, and we will be hearing updates up until the launch, which may take place around the end of Q1 next year.