Google is working on the affordable model of its Pixel 7 series. Likely to be called Google Pixel 7a, the smartphone is subject to numerous leaks and rumours recently.
- Google will utilise its new Tensor G2 chip to power the Pixel 7a, but the upgrade is also likely to include an all-new ceramic body, a first for the Pixel a lineup.
- Google could also offer more than two cameras on the Pixel 7a, with the possible inclusion of a telephoto sensor mooted for the first time outside of the Pixel Pro models.
- As for wireless charging, Pixel 7a is likely to have this as a novelty and only offer support for 5W charging speed as per the report.
- For optics, the Pixel 7a phone is said to offer a triple camera system on the back.
- The rear camera system, it will feature the same Samsung GN1 sensor with 1/1.3-inch aperture, 50MP camera that debuted in the Pixel 6 series.
- This may be paired with two additional rear sensors, a Sony IMX787 (1/1.3-inch, 64MP sensor) for telephoto and a Sony IMX712 (unknown size, 13MP sensor) for ultrawide.
- The latter camera sensor is also tipped to feature at the front for selfies.
Therefore, these details must be taken with a pinch of salt as features may vary when the device finally launches.