The debut of the new home midrange is very close Google. Pixel 7a is around the corner and is said to be announced during the upcoming Google I/O on May 10th. Within the show we will also get to know the Pixel Tablet and the Pixel Fold, the brand’s first foldable. Today however, thanks to a leak, we learn what the launch price of the mid-range phone of the Mountain View giant will be.
According to various online sources, Google’s new Pixel 7a will cost the public $499 in the United States, which is $50 more than the 2022 Pixel 6a. Leaks suggest that in the UK it will cost £499 e in Europe 509€… a figure dangerously close to that of the street price of the Pixel 7 which is now standing on €547.85 on Amazon. The price of €509 should be contextual to the variant with 128 GB of internal memory; prices for the 256 GB variant are unknown.
Google Pixel 7a: what do we know today?
According to the latest reports, we know that the Google Pixel 7a will feature a compact but purposeful 6.1-inch screen. It will enjoy OLED technology and there will be a 90 Hz refresh rate; under the body it will be powered by the Google Tensor G2 processor, the same chip that we find in Pixel 7 and 7 Pro. The RAM will be of the LPDDR5 type and will be 8 GB, while the memory will consist of 128 GB UFS 3.1 technologies.
On the photographic front, however, we will find the 64 Megapixel main camera with OIS supported by another 12 Megapixel lens for ultra-wide-angle photos. Previously, however, there will be a 10.8 Max selfie cam for quality self-portraits. Under the body we will find a battery from 4400 mAh which will guarantee noteworthy autonomy, supported by the 20W fast charge. Android 13 will be out of the box. With a technical data sheet so similar to that of the Pixel 7 and with a price so close to the top big brother, will it be worth buying this mid-range? Stay connected with us to find out.