Google Pixel 8a looks exactly like Pixel 8 in these leaked renders: Launch details here

Google Pixel 8a looks exactly like Pixel 8 in these leaked renders: Launch details here
HIGHLIGHTS

Instead of the glossy design, which was seen on the Pixel 7a, the Pixel 8a has a matte finish.

The bezels on the side are pretty noticeable and the buttons on the side look easy to press.

It could sport a 6.1-inch FHD+ OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate.

After the launch of the Google Pixel 8 series, fans have been high-key waiting for the more affordable Google Pixel 8a variant. There has been a lot of chatter about the same on the internet. As the annual Google I/O approaches, the anticipation has grown even more. Now, recent leaks that have surfaced on the internet have also revealed the design and looks of the Pixel 8a.

Google Pixel 8a: Leaked design

TechDroider took to X (formerly Twitter) to share the live images of the Pixel 8a. These leaks tell quite a picture. The first thought that comes to my mind is the fact that it looks exactly like the Pixel 8. It has a rounded design. The Pixel 7a had a glossy design but in the Pixel 8a, it seems to be not the case. The Pixel 8a could sport a matte back, if these leaks are true

In addition to this, the bezels on the side are pretty noticeable and the buttons on the side look easy to press. There’s a dual camera setup on the rear. The leaked images show a black colour variant, but we might get some other choices too.

Also read: Google Pixel 8a price, key specs tipped: Display, camera & more revealed

Google Pixel 8a: Expected Specs

The Google Pixel 8a could sport a 6.1-inch FHD+ OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate, which is a first for the Pixel A-series. It might run a Tensor G3 chip and can offer storage options from 128GB to 256 GB. The smartphone can be powered by Android 14. For cameras, we might get to see a 64MP main camera with stabilization, a 13MP wide-angle lens, and another 13MP selfie shooter on the front.

Price and availability

The Google Pixel 8a is expected to be unveiled during the Google I/O event on May 14th. The price can range between $500 to $550.

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