Google Pixel 7a shown in hands-on video and rendering

Still not enough for the new Pixel 7a? Then we have good news for you. The phone appeared in a hands-on video. In addition, we see the inside of the smartphone in a state of collapse.

Pixel 7a in videos

New videos have surfaced online, starring the Google Pixel 7a. The new smartphone from Google will be officially announced next week, along with the Pixel Fold, which we saw the official teaser from Google yesterday. The Pixel 7a will be released in the Pixel 7 series, where we already see the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. We now see the smartphone in a hands-on video. Interesting things emerge from this.

The video maker says that the Pixel 7a’s display bezels are larger than the Pixel 6a’s. The device has a 6.1-inch Full-HD+ 90Hz display, Tensor G2 chipset, 8GB of RAM, and a 4,300mAh battery that can also be charged wirelessly. The cameras on the Pixel 7a are said to take very good photos. The selfie camera can also be used to shoot in 4K. The cinematic and motion mode found on the more expensive Pixel 7 models didn’t make its way to the Pixel 7a. You can watch the video posted online below.

tearing down

A video of a Pixel 7a tearing up has also surfaced. It is remarkable that such a detailed video appeared on the Internet at an early stage. For example, it is clear that in order to replace the screen, the Pixel 7a will only have to be disassembled from the front. There are also many similarities to the Pixel 6a in other areas. If you’re interested in what the Pixel 7a looks like on the inside, you can watch the video below.

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Google I/O is May 10th. Then we will find out all the details and, of course, we will keep you informed.

Winton Frazier

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