Google Time has come! Google’s I/O conference has been a rollercoaster ride of reveals, and they’ve truly outdone themselves this year. Among the heavy-hitters announced were the AI language model PaLM 2, Pixel Fold foldable phones, and the release of Android 14 OS, all making a splash. But let’s not overlook the crowd-pleaser: the mid-range-priced Google Pixel 7a.
The Pixel 7a, which comes hot on the heels of its predecessors, with its self-developed Tensor G2 SoC. When it’s not busy flexing its processing muscles, the 7a is all about elegance, offering a 6.1-inch 2400×1080 OLED display that supports a 90Hz refresh rate. And don’t worry about accidental fumbles – it’s protected by Corning Gorilla 3.
Now, let’s talk cameras. Selfie enthusiasts, Pixel 7a sports a 13MP front cam, while the rear features a 64MP main camera and a 13MP super wide-angle dual camera. With specs like that, you’ll be snapping Insta-worthy pics left and right.
But what good is a phone without battery life? Pixel 7a comes equipped with a 4385mAh battery, 18W fast charging, 7.5W Qi wireless charging. So, say goodbye to those pesky battery woes.
Weighing in at a nimble 193.5g and just 9mm thick, this mid-range marvel also packs under-screen fingerprint recognition, IP67 dustproof and waterproof certification, Bluetooth 5.3, Wi-Fi 6E, USB Type-C 3.2 Gen 2, stereo speakers, and dual microphones.
If you’re wondering about color options, the Pixel 7a comes in four eye-catching shades: Snow (white), Charcoal (black), Sea (blue), and a coral hue exclusive to the Google Store, aptly named Coral. With a price tag of $499 for the 8GB+128GB model, do you believe the price is excessive or reasonable?