Pixel 7a visits the FCC; Google to take its mid-ranger to another level this year
FCC e-label for one of the Pixel 7a listings
The Pixel 7a is expected to take the mid-range A-series Pixel phones to a new level this year with a 6.1-inch display carrying a 90Hz refresh rate. On the back, we should find a primary camera using the 64MP Sony IMX787 image sensor alongside an ultra-wide camera driven by the 13MP Sony IMX712 sensor. The Google Tensor 2 SoC will be under the hood. While the Pixel 7a resembles the Pixel 7, it does have thicker bezels.
Since FCC confidentiality expires in six months, we should see the Pixel 7a released around the same time that the Pixel 6a was launched last year, which was on July 28th. For the covered six-month period, the FCC prevents the public from seeing images of a device submitted to the agency along with manuals and other sensitive materials. The Pixel 7a could be introduced at the Google I/O developer conference expected to be held in May.