The Google Pixel 7 & Pixel 7 Pro were launched in October, with both phones featuring the Tensor G2 chip, upgraded cameras, upgraded design, and the same price as the Pixel 6 series. This year, we also got the Google Pixel 6a which, at $449, offered the same performance as the Pixel 6 series. Today, we got the renders of next year’s Google Pixel 7a, shared by OnLeaks, in collaboration with SmartPrix. These renders gave us our first look at the design of the budget Pixel of 2023.
Unsurprisingly, the Pixel 7a looks similar to the Google Pixel 7. There is a similar camera bar on the rear, and there are two rear cameras. One design change is on the front since the Pixel 7a has thicker bezels than the Pixel 7. The display is flat and has a hole punch cutout in the middle for the selfie camera.
There are stereo speakers, a Type-C port on the bottom, and no 3.5mm headphone jack.
The phone’s dimensions are 152.4 x 72.9 x 9.0mm (10.1mm with the camera bar). This means the Pixel 7a is slightly thicker and wider than the Pixel 6a.
The specifications are unknown, but we expect the same Tensor G2 chipset in the Pixel 7a that powers the Pixel 7 series. One major complaint with the Pixel 6a was its 60Hz display, so we hope the Pixel 7a has a high refresh-rate panel.