- Google Pixel 7a price will be $499, coming in stores on May 11
According to the latest information, the Google Pixel 7a will cost $50 more than its predecessor. The final price will be $499, reports 9to5google.
The reason for the price hike could be the hardware improvement in the device. The 7a is featuring a 64MP main sensor with a 13MP ultrawide shooter. Inside, the device is integrating a Tensor G2 SoC chipset, 90hz display, and wireless charging.
According to Jon Prosser, the Pixel 7a will be available for sale from May 10, just after Google I/O. You will be able to get the device from the store on May 11, the exclusive Coral color is available in the store.
- Google Pixel 7a set to arrive in retail stores within the next two weeks
A new leak reveals the release date of the Google Pixel 7a. According to SnoopyTech, the Pixel 7a is set to arrive in retail stores within the next two weeks. We could see a release date for the Pixel 7a at the Google I/O.
In addition, the device won’t be coming in the previously rumored “Jade” color. The 7a is likely to feature black, white, and blue color options.
And no, there is no “Jade” colour of the Pixel 7a, different to recent reports.
— SnoopyTech (@_snoopytech_) April 16, 2023
April 10 – Google Pixel 7a leaks in official blue color
Thanks to MySmartPrice and @OnLeaks for posting some images of the Google Pixel 7A showing the device from multiple angles in what appears to be the official rendering of the device for marketing and other purposes.
The Pixel 7A renders show a device that is remarkably similar to its predecessor. The Pixel 7A shares the same shape and display bezels as the Pixel 6A with a couple of tweaks. The 7a is expected to have an improved primary sensor. The Pixel 7A antenna bands will be made of metal.
Google’s Pixel 7a is expected to arrive at Google I/O in just over a month. The device is expected to add support for wireless charging and Google’s Tensor G2 chipset.