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Google Pixel 7A specifications leak ahead of release, use 2 lenses


Google is reportedly working on a successor to the Google Pixel 6A. But it’s not even close to release yet, the Google Pixel 7A specifications have leaked.

Google Pixel is a device that some users have been waiting for because it provides image processing which is known to be very good. This also applies to budget smartphone versions, such as the Google Pixel 6A.

A successor to the smartphone is currently in the works, and prior to its launch the specifications of the Google Pixel 7A leaked on Twitter.

According to a tipster from the Cuban Twitter account Wojciechowski, the camera setup for the Lynx which is codenamed for the Pixel 7A is called the Pixel 22 Mid-range, as opposed to the Pixel 22 Premium for the Pixel 7 or 7 Pro.


The Pixel 7A, which was previously rumored to use the camera sensor from the Samsung GN1 with a 50MP resolution found by the developer in the camera configuration, has apparently been removed.

Cuba believes the 50MP sensor used only during testing to evaluate the two new sensors used on mid-ranger.

As such, the two Lynx image sensors are now identified as “l10 wide” (IMX787) and “l10 UW” (IMX712). With the camera array wide and ultrawide on the back of the device, making the Pixel 7A will have a total configuration of two cameras.

Wojciechowski also observes that the Google Pixel 7A will not use the mentioned telephoto lens. The IMX787 sensor is a significant upgrade from the previous IMX363 sensor and could make the Google Pixel 7A a better choice for camera quality in mid-range smartphones.

Moreover, he claims that Samsung will supply a 1080p panel with a 90Hz refresh rate. In comparison, the Pixel 6A has a refresh rate of 60Hz.


The Lynx (Pixel 7A) will also be the first Google Tensor-powered smartphone to have a Qualcomm Wi-Fi Bluetooth chip, the WCN6740.

Please note that even though the specifications for the Google Pixel 7A have been leaked, there will still be information developments regarding this device until the official release later. So, we wait. [FY/IF]

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