Google Pixel 7a Design Render Reveals New Colour Option; Likely to Launch on May 10

The Google Pixel 7a will be a premium smartphone offering and sit below the flagship Pixel 7 series.

  1. Google Pixel 7a will debut at I/O 2023 as per rumours.
  2. The Pixel A-series phone might launch in four new colours.
  3. The device is tipped to feature a Google Tensor G2 SoC.


Google is gearing up for its upcoming event, the I/O 2023. The company will host its annual developer event in the US on May 10. At the event, Google is likely to announce Android 14. The company will also announce a bunch of hardware, including the Pixel Fold, Pixel Tablet and Pixel 7a. All three devices mentioned here have been at the top of the rumour mill’s churn of late. The Google Pixel 7a specifications and features were exclusively confirmed by MySmartPrice recently. Adding to the leaks is a new one from tipster Evan Blass, aka EvLeaks. The tipster has uploaded an image of the 7a in its new colour option.

Based on the leaked details, it is safe to say that the Pixel 7a might launch in as many as four colour options. The company has typically launched its A series phone in three colour options. However, this time around, Google might add an extra shade to the lineup. Let’s take a look at the Google Pixel 7a specifications, features and other details leaked ahead of the launch.

Google Pixel 7a Might be the Most ColourFul A-Series Phone

The Google Pixel 7a will be a premium smartphone offering and sit below the flagship Pixel 7 series. It will debut on May 10 at I/O 2023. Ahead of the launch, Blass has uploaded a design render of the phone’s Coral colour option. The camera bar on the back has a lighter shade compared to the rest of the rear panel design.

MySmartPrice, weeks ago, had exclusively revealed the design renders of the phone, which also unveiled the other three colour options. The Pixel 7a will launch in Grey, Silver and Light Blue colour options.

In addition to this, our recent report revealed the key specs of the phone. The Google Pixel 7a will feature a 64MP dual-camera setup on the back. There will be a 13MP ultra-wide camera sensor as well. It will also get a Tensor G2 SoC under the hood along with the Google Titan M2 security chip. In addition to this, the company will launch the phone with 5W wireless charging support. 

Google, at the time of the unveiling, will claim that the new Pixel will offer up to 72 hours of battery life when it is in Extreme Battery Saver mode. The device is likely to pack a 4385mAh battery and offer 20W wired fast charging support. However, do not expect a charger in the box.

On the front, the Pixel smartphone will have a 6.1-inch AMOLED display with a Full HD+ resolution. There will be a hole-punch cutout at the top centre for the 13MP front camera. In addition to this, the Pixel 7a will offer 90Hz refresh rate support. The screen will support an adaptive refresh rate to switch between 60Hz and 90Hz refresh rates depending on the on-screen content. 

The Pixel 7a is likely to launch with a single 8GB + 128GB storage option for CAD 702 (roughly Rs 42,200). It will boot Android 13 out of the box.