Google Pixel 7a appears on Bluetooth SIG prior to the rumored launch on May 10

The Pixel 7a will replace the Pixel 6a, a popular mid-range smartphone from Google. According to rumors, the upcoming device will feature a 90Hz display, making it an attractive option for those in the market for a budget-friendly smartphone with a complete Google experience. Follow For More Updates newsydrone .com

Ahead of its rumored debut on May 10, Bluetooth SIG has approved the smartphone. This could indicate that the smartphone will be available shortly after its introduction.

Google Pixel 7a specs

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The Bluetooth SIG certification has confirmed that the upcoming Pixel smartphone from Google will be available with four model numbers: G0DZQ, GWKK3, GHL1X, and G82U8. In addition, the certification reveals that the Pixel 7a will support Bluetooth 5.3, but no other specifications are provided. However, information about the device has already been compromised.

The Pixel 7a will have a similar design to its predecessor, the Pixel 6a, according to leaks. The rear panel of the device will feature a horizontal visor with a small pill-shaped cutout for its dual-camera setup. Next to the camera sensors will be an LED flash, while the power and volume buttons will remain on the phone’s right edge.

Google Pixel 7a

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Visible antenna lines on the frame suggest that the chassis will be made of metal. Moreover, alleged live images of the device suggest that it will feature 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 128GB of UFS 3.1 storage.

The Pixel 7a is anticipated to have a display with symmetrical bezels and a hole-punch cutout in the top center. Its primary camera will feature a 12MP sensor and a 12MP ultra-wide sensor, while the front-facing camera is rumored to feature a 10.8MP sensor.

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The device will feature a 6.1-inch AMOLED screen with Full HD+ resolution and a refresh rate of 90Hz. According to some leaks, the Pixel 7a will be powered by a Tensor G2 SoC and will run Android 13. Additionally, it may support 5W wireless charging. As additional details become available, we will keep you informed. Follow For More Updates On Twitter

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