The Pixel 7a will be presented in a matter of days, but it could also be a farewell. You have to leave room for the folding ones.
range Pixel A of Google, the cheapest, could have its days numbered. A rumor from this Monday assures that, after the Pixel 7aalmost certainly there will be no Pixel 8a.
In recent years, Google has maintained three mobile models on the market. The standard, like the Google Pixel 7, the professional version Google Pixel 7 Pro, and the cheapest Pixel A. The last of them, the Pixel 7a, will be presented at the Google I / O conference, the May 10.
Earlier rumors suggested that the existence of the Pixel 8a would depend on Pixel 7a sales. But today another well-known “mole” of the industry, Yogesh Brar, assures on Twitter that the end is final. The Pixel 7a will be the last of the range:
He also claims that Google will keep the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro next year, and will add the folding Pixel Fold.
Here is the crux of the matter. With mobile sales declining, surely Google is not compensated have four models on the market. So now that it’s going to launch a new line of foldable phones, the logical step could be to load up on the Pixel A. Even if that means once again leaving out users who can’t afford 800 or 900 euros for a phone.
Will Pixel 7a be the last?
10 days after its presentation, it has already been leaked that the Google Pixel 7a will have a 6.1 inch screen with OLED technology for the panel and FullHD+ resolutionwith a refresh rate of 90 Hz.
He Tensor G2 will be the chosen processor, the same as the Google Pixel 7 y Google Pixel 7 Pro. would come with 8 GB LPDDR5, y 128 GB.
The main camera will reach the 64 megapixels with optical image stabilization. It will be accompanied by a sensor 12 megapixel ultra wide angle. The front camera will be 10.8 megapixels.
Autonomy will put a 4,400mAh battery with 20W fast charge. The price that it is rumored to be 451 euros to changealthough we will have to wait for the official launch.
He Pixel 7a the May 10and you could be the last of the range. Google could retire it in favor of its brand new new range of folding mobile phones Pixel Fold.