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A First Look at Google’s Upcoming Mid-Range Pixel 8a in New Leak

In the world of smartphone leaks, a recent discovery has tech enthusiasts buzzing with excitement. Just a few weeks ago, we got a sneak peek at what seemed to be authentic hands-on images of the much-anticipated Pixel 8a, marking one of the earliest glimpses into an upcoming Google phone. Now, we’re treated to a more polished preview with high-quality renders of this mid-range marvel in a fresh leak.

In collaboration with the renowned tipster OnLeaks, the folks at Smartprix have managed to secure what appears to be official Pixel 8a renders. While previous leaks showcased the device in a shade reminiscent of the Pixel 8 Pro’s Bay Blue, these new renders exhibit the phone bedecked in the elegant Rose colorway of the Pixel 8.

At first glance, the Pixel 8a appears to be slightly more compact and slender compared to its predecessor in the A-series. Additionally, its design boasts curvier edges, diverging from the more angular aesthetics of the Pixel 7a. According to reports, the Pixel 8a measures 152.1 x 72.6 x 8.9mm, subtly smaller and trimmer than the Pixel 7a’s 152.4 x 72.9 x 9.0mm dimensions.

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Unchanged, however, is the distinctive camera bar on the rear, housing a pill-shaped cutout for two camera lenses. Alongside the rear camera setup, the Pixel 8a also features a front camera with a hole-punch design, centered at the top of the display.

As for the display itself, a flat screen is embraced by slightly pronounced bezels, a characteristic commonly found in A-series phones. Reports suggest that this display spans 6.1 inches and may feature 2.5D curved glass on its surface.

Thanks to Google’s Pixel roadmap, we’ve learned that the Pixel 8a goes by the codename “Akita.” Recently, this device made an appearance on Geekbench’s website, revealing some intriguing details. It’s said to be powered by an underclocked variant of the Tensor G3 chipset, accompanied by a Mali-G715 GPU. Impressively, Akita is listed as having 8GB of RAM, promising solid performance.

Given that this is an early-stage leak, there’s not much more information to dissect at this point. However, rest assured, we’ll keep you updated as additional details surface about the eagerly anticipated Pixel 8a.

Source: SmartPix