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Google Pixel 7a appears with a familiar design in hands-on video

The affordable follow-up to the Pixel 7 – the Pixel 7a – is rumoured to arrive sometime around April or May during the Google I/O. Following the tradition of appearing in the wild months before being official, a hands-on video of the Pixel 7a has made it to Facebook, giving a first look at the upcoming smartphone.
The hands-on video posted on a Vietnamese Facebook group shows a Google smartphone, alleged to be the Pixel 7a, from all corners. From the looks of it, the Pixel 7a would have the same design as the Pixel 7’s while sharing a few cues with the Pixel 6a.
Pixel 7a to look familiar as its predecessor
We see a dual camera setup housed inside the camera visor accompanied by a LED flash. If rumours are to be believed, the camera bar would have a metal finish, similar to the Pixel 7, rather than having a glass camera bar like the Pixel 6a.
It is on the front where you will see a resemblance to the Pixel 6a. The Pixel 7a in the video can be seen having thick bezels around the display and a punch hole cutout in the centre.
Pixel 7a may finally get a 90Hz display
However, the Pixel 7a might offer a big upgrade compared to its predecessor. The Pixel 6a has a 60Hz OLED panel but the Pixel 7a could give users a higher refresh rate of 90Hz, suggests a toggle in Settings.
That is all we learned from the hands-on video. Earlier rumours have suggested that the Pixel 7a would come with the Tensor G2 chip, and the dual rear camera would consist of a wide and an ultra-wide sensor. Also, the Pixel 7a could arrive with support for wireless charging capped at 5W.
We expect to learn more about the Google Pixel 7a in the coming months as the launch nears.



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