Pixel 7a may be the last in the A series, claims leaker ahead of Google I/O event

Since the market price of the Pixel 6a plummeted, many Pixel fans have reportedly purchased the mid-range phone. The next-generation Pixel 7a is expected to be unveiled at Google I/O on May 10th. The latest news suggests that the Pixel 7a may be the last product in the A series.

If the leaker Yogesh Brar’s claims are true, the Pixel A series will come to an end after the release of the Pixel 7a, and Google has no plans to develop or launch a Pixel 8a phone. In the future, Google will maintain a pace of releasing three new models a year: the basic Pixel, the Pro version, and the Fold folding phone. Brar also mentioned that Samsung will have a similar strategy, suggesting that this year’s Galaxy S23 series will not have an FE version.

Pixel 7a may be the last in the A series

According to previously leaked information, the Pixel 7a will be equipped with a 6.1-inch OLED screen with a 90Hz refresh rate, a Tensor G2 processor, and support for face unlocking and wireless charging for the first time. The Pixel 7a’s front-facing camera is 10.8MP, and the back of the phone has a camera consisting of a 64MP main lens and a 12MP ultra-wide-angle lens. The rumored price is $499 (approximately PKR. 141,459).


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