Google’s Pixel 8a Design Leaked, Unveiling a Mid-Range Marvel
First Glimpse of Google's Upcoming Mid-Range Pixel Model: The Pixel 8a
Just days after the much-anticipated reveal of the Pixel 8 series, the tech world is already abuzz with leaks of Google’s upcoming mid-range model, the Pixel 8a. In collaboration with industry insider OnLeaks, tech news site SmartPrix recently unveiled renders providing a sneak peek into the smartphone’s potential design.
A Blend of Familiar Features
The Pixel 8a’s design is an intriguing fusion of elements from its predecessors. Notably, it retains the rounded corners found in the Pixel 8 series, departing from the boxier shape of the previous model, the Pixel 7a. However, it’s worth noting that the Pixel 8a will be slightly larger, with dimensions measuring 152.1 x 72.6 x 8.9mm.
Surprisingly, despite its increased size, the Pixel 8a’s display is not getting bigger. Instead, there are thicker bezels around the corners, which effectively shrink the screen down to 6.1 inches. For comparison, the Pixel 8 boasts a 6.2-inch display.