New Leak: Google Pixel 7a uses Samsung 8GB LPDDR5 RAM

is working on a mid-range mobile phone which should be pretty decent. This device, the Google Pixel 7a has been leaked a couple of times. A recent leak of this device from a Vietnamese tech blogger reveals a hands-on video and photos of the Pixel 7a on Facebook. However, at the moment, the device is remotely blocked by Google. Nevertheless, some additional info about the device is available on the Fastboot interface. The Fastboot reveals that this device supports up to 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 128GB of Micron storage.

He tweeted: “Remember Google Pixel 7a? The guy messaged me a few minutes ago that the phone has been remotely locked by Google. But at least we know one other detail: 8GB LPDDR5 RAM and 128GB”.

According to previous videos and images of this device, the design of the Google Pixel 7a is very similar to the Pixel 7 series. The front of the device is not much different from the Pixel 6a, and the back of the fuselage is similar to the Pixel 7. It comes with Google's iconic “bar design”.

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Google Pixel 7a expected design

The Google Pixel 7a has a narrow border and a slightly wider chin on the front. This smartphone will also come with a punch-hole display and the punch-hole will be at the center of the screen. The power button and volume rocker are on the right side of the phone. In addition, the SIM card slot is on the left side of the phone.

From the back of the smartphone, the Google Pixel 7a will be available in dark grey and white colours. The Google Logo is located in the middle of the back panel of the phone while the two sensors are placed in an oval area. Furthermore, the flash is a little farther away.

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