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New hands-on images reveal the design details of Pixel 7a

Until now, we have come across several images of Pixel 7a. just recently, a few images that detail the Pixel 7a have appeared on the internet. phoecompares.com is the source of this leaked information.

Reportedly, the source has shared two images. Basically, the images are a collection of five total images merged in a collage. The first image shows the smartphone from the left and right sides. It is also showing a back view of the smartphone. The camera protrusion can be easily seen on the back side of the device. It appears that the protrusion won’t be too big.

Similar to the previous models of Pixel smartphones, the power/lock button will be placed above the volume up and down keys. The color of the buttons will match the color of the device’s frame. There is a possibility that the company might utilize plastic on the back.

The other image shows the details of the smartphone from the front side. The phone’s SKU is visible in these images. It appears to be GHL1X. Thus, indicating that the device will be accompanied by 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM (by Samsung) and 128GB of UFS storage (SKHynix). Besides this, a display hole camera is visible in the top center position. Overall, the display of the smartphone appears to be rounded in corners.

In addition to this, previous rumors claim that the Pixel 7a will be provided with a 6.1-inch fullHD+ OLED display. It will have a 90Hz refresh rate. Reportedly, the display will be flat. The smartphone will be powered by Google Tensor G2 SoC. The smartphone will support 5W wireless charging as well. Previous rumors suggested that the smartphone will feature a 64-megapixel main camera, along with a 12-megapixel ultrawide camera.

Well, this is what we know as of now because of the alleged rumors. We have to wait for official sources to confirm these features.

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