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Pixel 8a Anticipation: Rumors, Release Date, Design Leaks, Display, Processor

Expressing Google's Pixel a-series as a powerhouse in the smartphone industry would be an understatement.


Google consistently delivers "a" series devices that resonate with users seeking upper mid-range excellence.



Maintaining this tradition, Google is poised to unveil the Pixel 8a next year. While the exact release date remains undisclosed, speculation suggests a May 2024 launch, aligning with the previous year's Pixel 7a release.


Pixel 8a Design: Leaked images by notable leakers, OnLeaks, provide early glimpses of the Pixel 8a's design.


Dimensions are rumored to be 152.1 x 72.6 x 8.9mm, marginally smaller and sleeker than the Pixel 7a.


The device appears slightly diminutive than the Pixel 8 due to its charmingly curvy aesthetics.


With a reduced camera visor protrusion, the Pixel 8a aligns with the design of Pixel 7a and Pixel 8 series. Notably, the bezels around the screen are conspicuously thick, distinguishing it from the Pixel 8 series.



Pixel 8a Display: Details about the Pixel 8a's display are scant, typical for a mid-range device. Expectations point toward a Full HD+ panel with a peak brightness of 1000-1200 nits under direct sunlight.


The refresh rate is likely capped at 90Hz to maintain a strategic balance in pricing and specifications compared to the Pixel 8.


Pixel 8a Processor: Following the Pixel tradition, the Pixel 8a will be powered by the Tensor G3, the same Tensor SoC used in the flagship Pixel series.


Despite known throttling issues and performance quirks, Pixels are not primarily chosen for raw performance but for their unique features.


Pixel 8a Cameras: While specifics about the Pixel 8a's camera are elusive, patterns suggest continuity with the Pixel 7a's 64 MP sensor, likely a Sony IMX787 sensor.


Anticipate improvements in the secondary ultra-wide-angle camera with a larger field of view. The front camera might mirror the Pixel 7a's setup with a 13 MP sensor.



Battery: Foreseen to mirror the Pixel 7a's 4385 mAh battery, expectations center on an enhancement in charging speed.


The Pixel 7a's 18W charging speed is considered sluggish compared to competitors. A boost to at least 23W, akin to the Pixel 8, would be a welcomed advancement.


Pixel 8a Colors: Leaked images suggest the Pixel 8a will debut in Bay and Porcelain colors, adding a touch of sophistication. Precise names might differ upon official release.


Pixel 8a Pricing: If predictions hold, the Pixel 8a is expected to maintain the Pixel 7a's price point of $499.


Considering its features, including a 90Hz display, plastic back, and mid-range hardware, this price remains reasonable.

Stay tuned for updates as we unveil the Pixel 8a's official details.

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