According to a recent leak, the Google Pixel 7a has 8GB of RAM, which indicates a significant upgrade for the following-generation Android phone.
The upcoming low-cost Android phone is getting a much-anticipated upgrade, despite what might just be a misplaced prototype. When it is released, it might also have a better RAM upgrade in addition to the upgraded 90hz display refresh rate.
The Google Pixel 7a has 8GB of RAM.
We now have a general idea of what Google’s rumoured new Pixel phone might offer once it goes on sale before the company makes an announcement.
Recently, there have been a few leaks. The most recent image depicts how the phone feels in the hand and confirms that it might provide a buttery smooth refresh rate.
It appears from online leaks that the device resembles its older sibling, the Pixel 6a, a lot more than it did last year.
This time, it appears that a purported prototype of the upcoming inexpensive phone has been lost.
According to the most recent report by Phone Arena, Google appears to have been routinely misplacing its prototypes and abandoning them in arbitrary locations. And now, what appears to be a Pixel 7a has appeared out of nowhere.
The missing Pixel 7a prototype was documented in a photo and a video by a @chunvn8888 Twitter user. Given that Google has reportedly blocked access to the device, it appears even more real.
Nevertheless, the rouge prototype initially permitted access to the fastboot menu, revealing some information regarding the impending Pixel phone.
The Pixel 7a may have up to 8GB of RAM, according to the fastboot menu. Additionally, the prototype has 128 GB of internal storage, which may be the standard model of the upcoming A-series phone.
New Features for Google’s Low-Cost Phone?
Android Police claims that recent leaks, including the most recent prototype, indicate that Google is attempting to make its upcoming low-cost phone more competitive than ever.
Along with 8GB of DDR5 RAM, the Pixel 7a may also have a display that refreshes at a rate of up to 90Hz.
It is important to note that the Pixel 6a, the current model, only supports 6GB of RAM. Google appears to be upgrading it for its upcoming low-cost device, though.
Additionally, the 6a only has a refresh rate of 60 hertz. Therefore, even though it is lower than most current flagships, the potential 90Hz display is still noteworthy.
The all-new Tensor G2 chipset, which we first saw at the Pixel 7, is reportedly present in the next-generation A-series in addition to these improvements.