Google Pixel 8a 5K renders and 360° video leaked ahead of launch
Google has finally launched the much-awaited Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro in the market but it’s still left with a member to launch and that is Pixel 8a. Its design renders were recently revealed which brought a number of design-related information about this upcoming handset.
The Google Pixel 8a has once again come to notice with more clear design than before. The smartprix in collaboration with OnLeaks has revealed the Google Pixel 8a 360° video and design renders.
While most of the design resembles the predecessor, dimensions revealed in the report suggest that it will be smaller, wider, and slimmer than Pixel 7a with 152.1 x 72.6 x 8.9mm. The rear of the phone shows a camera visor housing a dual camera setup while the front shows a flat screen design with a punch hole cutout that houses a selfie camera.
As per the report, the display is 6.1 inches wide and comes with thin bezels and a small chin. One of the prominent changes that renders reveal about Pixel 8a is a redesigned body with rounded corners that was also seen in Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro smartphones.
Additionally, a USB Type C port and stereo speakers can also be seen on the bottom edge of the phone. The top section shows an Ultra-wideband antenna and earpiece. The right edge shows the power button and volume rocker. A SIM tray can be located on the left edge of the handset.
This smartphone has also been spotted on Geekbench earlier with the codename Akita revealing that the handset will be powered by an under-clocked variant of Tensor G3 chipset paired with Mali G715 GPU.