After the reference Pixel series of smartphones launched at the end of the year, Google has become accustomed to unveiling a mid-range Pixel a version a few months later.
This strategy is still used (for the last time, according to some rumors) for the family Pixel 7 who therefore sees a model land Google Pixel 7a now made official on the occasion of the event Google I/O 2023.
The smartphone incorporates the outline of the design and functionality of the latest Google smartphones with the headband still integrating the photo sensors and the presence of the processor Google Tensor G2 latest generation for a lighter configuration compared to the standard and Pro models.
Almost everything from a Pixel 7
The OLED display is here from 6.1 inch FHD+ with a stretched 20:9 format and a punch for the 13-megapixel front photo sensor. It is HDR compatible and offers a screen refresh of 90 Hz, a little behind the 120 Hz generally offered in the mid-range.
Not particularly thin (9 mm) nor light (193 g), the Pixel 7a still embeds Google’s latest processor associated with a dedicated security chip Titan M2, with 8 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 128 GB of UFS 3.1 storage. No surprise for the mid-range.
In the banner at the back, two photo sensors are present: a 64 megapixel module with f/1.89 aperture and 80 degree field of view capable of ensuring a “high resolution” zoom up to x8 in Super Res Zoom and a 13 megapixel sensor for ultra wide angle viewing angle of 120 degrees). Video recording can go up to 4K 60 fps.
The presence of the G2 chip allows the smartphone to take advantage of the special photo editing functions carried by the on-board artificial intelligence such as the magic eraser, the trends Unblur or le Real Tone respecting the color of the skin.
And even wireless charging
The Pixel 7a is 5G compatible and offers WiFi 6E and Bluetooth 5.3 wireless compatibility, with support for NFC and Google Cast.
The smartphone is announced with an autonomy of more than 24 hours with its 4300 mAh battery with charge 18W (frankly below competing proposals) but also, for the first time, a charge sans fil Qi. In both cases, you will still have to be patient to recharge the mobile device.
Source: GNT – Actualités by www.generation-nt.com.
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