Updated: May 5
152 x 72.9 x 9.0mm
6.1-inch FHD+ OLED display with 90Hz refresh rate technology;
Google Tensor G2 processor with Titan M2 security coprocessor;
8GB LPDDR5 memory;
128GB of UFS 3.1 internal storage; could also come with 256GB option
64MP Sony IMX787 primary rear-facing camera with optical image stabilization;
13MP secondary rear-facing ultra-wide-angle camera;
13 MP single selfie snapper;
Photo Unblur, Magic Eraser, Night Sight, Real Tone, and Super Res Zoom(8x).
4385mAh battery with 20W wired and 5W wireless charging support;
Android 13 software out the box.
The Pixel 7a will come in "Carbon" (aka dark grey), "Cotton" (aka white), and "Arctic Blue" (aka light blue) colors. Additionally, it is stated that the device has an all-day battery. At the time of the introduction, Google will state that the device's Extreme Battery Saver mode will extend battery life to up to 72 hours.
As far as performance, the Pixel 7a scored 1380 and 3071 in Geekbench’s single-core and multi-core tests. The leak also confirms that the Tensor G2 SoC powers the Pixel 7a. The system-on-chip (SoC) keeps the 2+2+4 core cluster configuration that the original Tensor GS101 used, with two "super-big" cores, two more typical big cores, and four small cores. Two prime Cortex X1 cores running at 2.85GHz, two high performance Cortex A78cores running at 2.35 GHz and four efficiency Cortex A55 cores running at 1.8 GHz. Alongside it, you will find a Mali-G710 graphics processing unit (GPU).
Last but not least, the price of the Pixel 7a's single 8GB + 128GB storage option at launch will be CAD 702 (approximately Rs 42,200), 449 GBP in UK.