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Pixel 7a leaker beats Google to the punch, delivers high-quality photos
- Google has yet to officially announce the Pixel 7a, let alone show off the device.
- A leaker has posted high-quality hands-on photos of the upcoming phone.
- The Pixel 7a just recently had its specs leaked.
In a turn of events that may surprise no one, the Pixel 7a has leaked again. This time, however, the new leak treats us to some high-quality hands-on shots of Google’s next A-Series handset.
Despite the fact that Google has yet to even officially announce the Pixel 7a, some new photos of the device have emerged online. It appears that a Pixel 7a test unit meant for programmers has fallen into the hands of a leaker.
As discovered by Vietnam’s Zing News, someone took some rather impressive hands-on snapshots of the upcoming phone. As a result, these pictures give us the best look yet at the budget device from a variety of angles.
This is far from the first time one of Google’s phones has had a substantial leak like this happen. This isn’t even the first time someone has reportedly had hands-on time with the Pixel 7a. If you remember earlier this year, someone in Vietnam took a few photos and a video of what was believed to be the Pixel 7a. However, those images pale in comparison to what’s shown here.
To add insult to injury, the device also had its specs leak this last weekend. According to tipster Debayan Roy, the phone is expected to have a 6.1-inch 90Hz OLED display, a Tensor G2 chip with LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1, and a 64MP main camera supplied by Sony.
At this point, there’s not really much Google can do to surprise us with the Pixel 7a announcement, which is expected to happen during Google I/O 2023. But we’ll still be looking forward to the event nonetheless.