Pixel phone superfans who’re eagerly awaiting Google’s upcoming Pixel 7a might be interested to know that the smartphone is expected to be equipped with 8GB of RAM.
What’s more, it might even feature an updated camera bar design, according to an alleged rumors. The information come courtesy of hands-on leaked images of Google’s next budget phone, says 9To5Google.
According to the leaked photos, the device (which is supposedly the Pixel 7a) is expected to hold a single SIM slot, USB-C for charging and waterproofing around the SIM tray.
The images also revealed that the smartphone would be equipped with 128GB of storage and 8GB of RAM. Last year’s Pixel 6a offered 6GB of RAM and 128GB of memory space.
The front of the phone will likely be sporting bezels similar to last year’s model. Previously, it was reported that the upcoming Google phone would feature a Tensor G2 processor.
Word on the street was that the specifications sheet would also show wireless charging at 5W, and a big camera upgrade with a 50MP primary camera, 64MP telephoto camera and 12MP ultrawide camera.
Also, the device is expected to offer a 1080p display with a 90Hz refresh rate.