Google Pixel 7a Review: Should You Buy  in 10 Points

Shubham Raheja

The Pixel 7a features the same Daft Punk-esque design as the Pixel flagships. It looks eye-grabbing.


The Pixel 7a sports  a 6.1-inch FHD+ OLED 90Hz display. The brightness is low.


Google Tensor G2 chip runs smooth but the phone gets hot constantly. It has AI-based features as well.


It boots a clean Android 13 OS and will receive major OS updates for 3 years and at least 5 years of security updates.


The 64-megapixel primary sensor is reliable in most conditions. There are new AI-based features here.


The Pixel 7a gives a screen-on-time of 3 to 4 hours but takes more than 3 hours to fully charge.


At Rs 43,999, the Pixel 7a is essentially a Pixel 7 with a plastic back and a slightly smaller primary sensor. You can look for it.


Compact form factor, great camera output

What is Good?

Runs hot, Extremely slow charging

What is Bad?

OnePlus 11R for almost everything