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The very first Pixel 7a hands-on video is already here, believe it or not. We’re used to tons of Pixel leaks before they launch, but this one comes really early. The Pixel 7a is expected to launch in May, during Google I/O, or perhaps even later than that. We’re only guessing, of course..

The Pixel 7a has already appeared in a hands-on video

Usually, leaks start off slow, but this one is anything but subtle. If you take a look at the video embedded below the article, you’ll be able to see a full hands-on video with the Pixel 7a. It has been posted on Facebook.

The video got shared by someone from Vietnam, and shared in this Facebook group. That is not as surprising as Pixel phones get assembled in Vietnam. That has actually been one of the reasons we’ve been seeing so many leaks prior to launch.

The Pixel 6 series and Pixel 7 series both leaked in detail before they launched. In any case, this hands-on video has a duration of almost a minute. It not only shows us the design of the phone, but it does confirm a spec detail or two.

It looks like the Pixel 7, basically

You can clearly see that the Pixel 7a will resemble the Pixel 7 quite a bit. It will have the same matte camera visor on the back, and two cameras on the same side as the Pixel 7.

It will include a flat display, with a centered display camera hole. The bezels won’t be the thinnest out there, but they will be fairly thin, it would seem. All the physical buttons will sit on the right-hand side.

Now, at a certain point in this video, you can also see that the phone offers a 90Hz refresh rate. The menu is in Vietnamese, but that much is obvious. That means that Google will finally push up the refresh rate of its A series phones.

We have a feeling that many more such leaks will follow in the coming months.




The very first Pixel 7a hands-on video is already here, believe it or not. We’re used to tons of Pixel leaks before they launch, but this one comes really early. The Pixel 7a is expected to launch in May, during Google I/O, or perhaps even later than that. We’re only guessing, of course..

The Pixel 7a has already appeared in a hands-on video

Usually, leaks start off slow, but this one is anything but subtle. If you take a look at the video embedded below the article, you’ll be able to see a full hands-on video with the Pixel 7a. It has been posted on Facebook.

The video got shared by someone from Vietnam, and shared in this Facebook group. That is not as surprising as Pixel phones get assembled in Vietnam. That has actually been one of the reasons we’ve been seeing so many leaks prior to launch.

The Pixel 6 series and Pixel 7 series both leaked in detail before they launched. In any case, this hands-on video has a duration of almost a minute. It not only shows us the design of the phone, but it does confirm a spec detail or two.

It looks like the Pixel 7, basically

You can clearly see that the Pixel 7a will resemble the Pixel 7 quite a bit. It will have the same matte camera visor on the back, and two cameras on the same side as the Pixel 7.

It will include a flat display, with a centered display camera hole. The bezels won’t be the thinnest out there, but they will be fairly thin, it would seem. All the physical buttons will sit on the right-hand side.

Now, at a certain point in this video, you can also see that the phone offers a 90Hz refresh rate. The menu is in Vietnamese, but that much is obvious. That means that Google will finally push up the refresh rate of its A series phones.

We have a feeling that many more such leaks will follow in the coming months.

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