Earlier this month, leaked renders of the Google Pixel 7a, expected to go official on May 10 at Google I/O 2023, showed the smartphone in three colors. And thanks to Evan Blass, we now see the Pixel 7a in a new shade, shown off in an image shared by the reliable leakster on Twitter. You can see it below.
Blass didn’t reveal the marketing name of this color version, but we expect Google to come up with something creative.
Google is yet to officially announce the Pixel 7a’s launch date and confirm its features. However, recently leaked marketing materials corroborated previous rumors of the Pixel 7a coming with Google’s Tensor G2 and Titan M2 chips, 90Hz display, 64MP primary camera, and wireless charging.
Previously leaked Google Pixel 7a renders
The Pixel 7a is said to cost $499 and go on sale immediately after the unveiling.