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Leaked: Pixel 7a may have features never before seen in the a-series

Being a mid-range phone from Google, the A series makes a lot of sacrifices in order to be an affordable option. Whether it’s downgrading the screen, using cheaper build materials, making the device smaller as a whole, and more. But a new leak suggests that the Google Pixel 7a may end up being a little more than anyone expected.

The phone’s codename Lynx (L10) has been swirling in the air since the developer Kuba Wojciechowski Digging the source code of Android 13 QPR1 Beta 1. It was believed that this mysterious device could be the Pixel Ultra or the Pixel Mini. However, a new leak from Wojciechowski indicates that this device is actually the Pixel 7a.

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On Twitter, the developer claimed that they investigated the device’s camera drivers and found references to the “Pixel 22 Mid-range” compared to the “Pixel 22 Premium” on the “Pixel 7/Pro”. This seems to indicate that we’re definitely dealing with a Pixel 7a.

Along with this information, Wojciechowski says that sources told them the Pixel 7a could have a 90Hz 1080p screen. This refresh rate will be the highest refresh rate ever performed on any A series device. Another thing that might be the first is the 5W wireless charging.

In addition, it appears that the Pixel 7a may see a change in the camera setup. There were rumors that the Lynx could have a GN1, IMX787 and IMX712 lens. However, leaker Wojciechowski says that the GN1 has been removed and that the camera sensors are “now referred to as “l10_wide” (IMX787) and “l10_UW” (IMX712) without a dedicated dimension lens.”

If these rumors are true, the Pixel 7a could see a significant improvement over its predecessor. However, all this is very exciting. For a phone that’s unlikely to be released anytime in the next six months, we sure know a lot about it already. At this rate, stay tuned for the leaked offers any day now.

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