The Google Pixel 7a is one of the most highly-anticipated smartphones of the year and for good reason. Google‘s line of Pixel smartphones has been well-regarded for its high-end features and affordable prices, and the 7a looks to be no exception.
Thanks to a recent leak from WinFuture, we now have a good idea of what the phone will look like (see all renders at the end). The renders show the device from every angle in three different colors: blue, white, and grey. We can see that the phone will have a similar design to the mid-range Pixel 7, with a sleek, modern look that is sure to turn heads.
In addition to the phone itself, the leak also includes renders of the official protective case that will be offered alongside the Pixel 7a. Once again, we see the three colors of blue, white, and dark grey, which gives us a good idea of what the phone will look like in various situations.
While the renders don’t tell us much about the internal specifications of the Pixel 7a, we’ve heard from other sources that the phone will pack quite a punch. It’s expected to come with the same Tensor G2 chip found in the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, as well as a display refresh rate of 90Hz (up from the 60Hz found in the Pixel 6a).
But perhaps the biggest upgrade will be to the camera. The Pixel 7a is rumored to come with a 64MP main camera, which would be a significant improvement over the 12.2MP camera found in the Pixel 6a. And if that’s not enough, the phone will also reportedly feature wireless charging, which is a feature that has been missing from previous budget Pixels.
All of these extras will apparently come with a $50 price bump, bringing the phone’s price up to $499. But given the significant upgrades that are expected, it still sounds like a great value for anyone in the market for a new smartphone.