Pixel 7a with Tensor G2 chipset and dual camera setup to launch in India on May 11
Pixel 7ais scheduled to be launched in India on May 11, a day after its I/O event.
Pixel7a is expected to be powered by the Tensor G2 chipset and offer wireless charging.
- Here’s everything we know about the upcoming Pixel 7a smartphone.
Ahead of the event, Google has confirmed that the Pixel 7a smartphone will be launched in India on May 11. The Pixel 7a is the successor of the Pixel 6a smartphone that was launched last year.
In a teaser posted on Twitter, Google confirmed that the Pixel 7a will be launched in India on May 11 and will be available from Flipkart. Over the past few months, leaks have revealed most of the specifications of the Pixel 7a.
Pixel 7a launch date in India
Pixel 7a is scheduled to be launched in India on May 11. The global debut will likely take place at the Google I/O event on May 10.
Pixel 7a expected price
While there is no information about the Indian price of the Pixel 7a, we expect it to be slightly higher than its predecessor. The price of the Pixel 7a is expected to increase by $50 in the US. The Pixel 6a was launched at ₹43,999 in India.
Pixel 7a specifications
The Pixel 7a is expected to have a 6.1-inch Full HD+ display from Samsung with a 90, an improvement over the predecessor’s 60Hz display, offering a higher refresh rate and a smooth user experience.
The device is expected to be equipped with the company’s Tensor G2 chipset, the successor of the Tensor chipset used in the Pixel 6a.
The device is reportedly equipped with a dual camera setup at the back. It is expected to come with a 64MP Sony IMX787 sensor and a 13MP Sony IMX712 ultra-wide-angle sensor. The device is expected to come on the front with a 13MP selfie camera.
While there is no information about the device’s battery, the device is expected to support wired and wireless charging. The Pixel 6a only offered wired charging.
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