This will be the Google Pixel 8a, according to OnLeaks

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The renders of the next cheap Pixel show us a continuous design although somewhat more curved than in the previous generation


Except for surprise, the Google Pixel 8a, the cheap Pixel (but not as cheap as some expect) should see the light in May 2024 during the Google I/O event. Seven months before, we have detailed renders of its appearance created by OnLeaks.

The new renders show us a Pixel 8a with the camera module of the Pixel 7a and the Rounded edges of the Pixel 8 and seem to coincide with the supposed leaked images of a terminal that were leaked about two weeks ago.

First look at the Pixel 8a

There is still more than half a year until the new generation of mid-range Google Pixel sees the light and the leaks are already working at full capacity. After the image from a few weeks ago we have the OnLeaks 3D renders supposedly based on CAD designs, which show us in great detail what the Pixel 8a could look like.

Once again, Google has chosen not to reinvent the wheel and the Pixel 8a are in a way The Pixel 7a but with more rounded cornersfollowing in the same wake as the latest Pixel 8. In the images we can see that, in principle, Google is going to keep the two lenses behind with a module equal to that of the previous generation.


The leak does not give us many details about specifications, beyond indicating that the screen has a diagonal of about 6.1 inches and is a little smaller than the Pixel 7a: 152.1 x 72.6 x 8.9 mm compared to 152.4 x 72.9 x 9.0 mm of the previous generation.

With stereo speakers and possibly UWBthe Pixel 8a is expected to include the same Tensor G3 from the rest of the Pixel 8, although otherwise we still don’t know more details about what will separate this Pixel 8a from its older brothers with a higher price.

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