[Exclusive] Google Pixel 7a Marketing Material Confirms Wireless Charging, 64MP Camera, 90Hz Smooth Display

With the Pixel 7a, Google will provide wireless charging for the first time on an A-series phone.

  1. Google Pixel 7a might launch at I/O 2023 on May 10.
  2. The Pixel 7a will get a new camera sensor.
  3. There will be support for wireless charging for the first time on a Pixel A-series phone.


Update: MySmartPrice has more details about the Pixel 7a specifications and its price. Our source tells us that the phone will feature a 64MP main camera and a 13MP ultra-wide camera. The phone is likely to pack a 4385mAh battery. It will also feature a 13MP front camera sensor. The device’s Grey variant will be called Charcoal, whereas the blue colour option might be called Sea. The Pixel 7a will measure 152 x 72.9 x 9.0mm. It will run Android 13 out of the box and get up to five years of security updates. The device will weigh about 193.5 grams. Lastly, the Pixel 7a will cost CAD 702 (roughly Rs 42,200) at launch for the single 8GB + 128GB storage option.

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Google Pixel 7a is expected to launch soon. The company might launch its new Pixel smartphone at the Google I/O 2023 on May 10. Google has not confirmed any details about the launch. However, courtesy of the numerous leaks that have surfaced so far, we can say the launch is imminent. MySmartPrice has already revealed the design of the Pixel 7a in its recent exclusive story with tipster OnLeaks. Now, we bring to you some key details about the phone’s hardware.

We can confirm that the Google Pixel 7a will get some major upgrades under the hood. We managed to get access to the promotional material of the Pixel 7a ahead of its official debut. The images not only confirm the design but also reveal the key specifications of the Pixel 7a. Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming Google Pixel 7a.

New Google Pixel 7a Leak Ensures No More Surprises Left Ahead of Launch

Google Pixel 7a will be an affordable version of the flagship Pixel 7 series. The company is likely to launch the phone at I/O 2023. Ahead of the launch, our source, who is a reputed tipster, has shared the promotional material of the Pixel 7a, which confirms the design and hardware specs of the phone.

For starters, the phone will have a horizontal, visor-like camera module on the back. The images confirm our leaked design, which we had exclusively revealed weeks back. We can confirm that the Pixel 7a has a dual-camera setup on the back with an LED flash. There is a 64MP main camera sensor, which, according to the leaked marketing content, will offer the best-quality photos ever on an A-series Pixel. As per some of the previous rumours, the Pixel 7a will have a Sony IMX787 main camera sensor. The device is likely to feature a 12MP ultra-wide camera as well.

The images also confirm that the phone will feature the Tensor G2 SoC under the hood along with a Titan M2 security chip. One of the images has a wireless charging dock, suggesting that the Pixel 7a will support wireless charging, which is a first for any Google A series device. While the images do not confirm this, the Pixel 7a is tipped to get 5W wireless charging support.

The device is also claimed to offer an all-day battery. Google, at the time of the announcement, will claim that the device will offer up to 72 hours of battery life when it is in Extreme Battery Saver mode. The flat screen will offer support for a 90Hz refresh rate. The screen will offer adaptive refresh rate support to switch between 60Hz and 90Hz refresh rates as per the on-screen content. 

The images do not confirm the screen size. It is expected to feature a 6.1-inch OLED panel with 429PPI pixel density. The phone is also expected to launch in three colours — Light Blue, Grey and Silver.

The phone is tipped to offer more RAM and storage. There will be 8GB of RAM as standard along with 128GB and 256GB of memory. Lastly, the phone will launch with Android 13 out of the box.