Google is now anticipated to introduce the Pixel 7a following the successful debut of the Pixel 6a. The forthcoming Google phone is expected to include a ceramic casing, strong camera specs, and support for wireless charging. Mid-range consumers have traditionally favoured Google's Pixel A line-up series. Both customers and critics gave the Google Pixel 7 series high marks. Cameras from it were able to stand out from the crowd.

According to sources, the Google Pixel 7a's codename is "Lynx." The 7a is anticipated to be more powerful than the Pixel 6a and recently released midrangers, while being thought of as a scaled-down version of the Pixel 7a.

The Pixel 7a will have a ceramic body and the same design aesthetic as the Pixel 7 series, according to 9to5 Google. This time, the Pixel 7a is anticipated to include wireless charging, flagship-calibre cameras, and other features. The same Tensor G2 chipset that powers the current Pixel 7 series will power this device.

Additionally, reports claim that the Pixel 7a will allow wireless charging. The precise details have not yet been made public.

If we take a look at the Pixel 6a,we will see, the 6.1-inch FHD+ AMOLED screen of the Google Pixel 6a supports a common 60Hz refresh rate. It supports HDR, has a 20:9 aspect ratio, and always-on display when playing. The smartphone is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3.

The Google Pixel 6a's internal Tensor chipset, along with its 6GB LPDDR5 RAM and 128GB storage, provide the device with its power. The smartphone now has Android 12 OS out of the box, however this fall it will receive an update to Android 13. The Pixel 6a has a dual-camera system with a 12.2MP primary camera and a 12MP ultra-wide-angle lens on the back. A selfie-friendly 8-megapixel sensor is located on the front.