The official Pixel 7a promo video has just surfaced. It appeared on YouTube, and it gives us a closer look at the phone itself. This video is embedded below the article, and it has a duration of 30 seconds.
The Pixel 7a promo video has appeared at the very last minute
This is a French version of the video, it would seem, and it got shared by @OnLeaks and MediaPeanut. It shows us three out of four color variants of the Pixel 7a. You can see the Charcoal, Sea, and Snow color options here.
As some of you probably remember, the Coral color variants also surfaced recently. That model will also be available, but it may be exclusive to some markets. That could be the reason why it’s not included in this promo video.
The Pixel 7a, as most of you know, will launch later today. It will become official during Google’s keynote at Google I/O. In other words, it will launch during Google’s annual developers conference.
We already have a lot of info about the device
A lot of information about the device leaked already. We do know that it will basically look like the Pixel 7, but be a bit smaller. It will include a 6.1-inch display, and not a 6.3-inch panel. A fullHD+ AMOLED display will be in use, and it will offer a 90Hz refresh rate.
The Google Tensor G2 will fuel this handset while the phone will offer 8GB of RAM. Wired and wireless charging will be supported, while a 64-megapixel main camera will sit on the back. A 13-megapixel ultrawide camera will also be included.
Android 13 will come pre-installed on this smartphone. The Pixel 7a is expected to be quite affordable, but still a bit more expensive than its predecessor. The phone is tipped to cost $499 in the US. Tune in later today for more information.