Google Pixel 7a confirmed to launch with 90Hz refresh rate. A recently leaked Google smartphone launch roadmap suggests that the Pixel 7a will be announced: “around April or May.” This is anticipated in May, during Google’s annual developer conference, I/O.
More and more leaks of the gadget appear as the release date approaches; today’s is a grainy hands-on video that originated in Vietnam. For this conclusion, we used the information that the shown device’s language setting is Vietnamese.
Google Pixel 7a confirmed to launch with 90Hz refresh rate.
Check it out for yourself, but remember that the haze isn’t an illusion: Renders of the Pixel 7a that seem to have come from Google’s official resources surfaced in November, depicting a smartphone that takes many design cues from the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro.
However, the front reveals that this is the lowest option available. The bezels on those lights are jarring. The machine shown in this demonstration supports two SIM cards, and its settings menu reveals a 90 Hz refresh rate for its display.
That’s all the information this leak has revealed. There have been reports that the Pixel 7a will sport a Full HD+ display, two back cameras, wireless charging capabilities (limited to 5W), and an in-display fingerprint sensor.
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