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Google Pixel 7a will have dual rear cameras, 90Hz screen and wireless charging

One of the biggest complaints about the Google Pixel 6a released in May was the lack of a high refresh rate display, and it looks like the internet search giant has taken notice since new information emerged online showing feedback that the Pixel 7a will come with FullHD+ Hz panel, from Samsung.

This message comes from developer Kuba Wojciechowski, who also rummaged through the camera drivers and found that the Pixel 7a’s camera setup is called “Pixel 712 Mid-range.”

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Pixel 7a, codenamed “lynx” reportedly has a rear camera setup including GN1, IMX 22 and IMX363 sensors. But the GN1 sensor was removed from the code, and now there are only two sensors, abbreviated as “l10_wide” (IMX 22) and “l_UW” (IMX787). This means that the Pixel 7a’s main camera will use an IMX22 sensor, while the ultra-wide unit will use an IMX712 sensor.

The Pixel 6a also has two rear cameras, but the main camera uses a better sensor (IMX363 vs. IMX787) on the 7a should translate to better photos.

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The Pixel 7a will also feature wireless charging, which its predecessor did not. However, its charging speed will be limited to 5W.

The Pixel 5a has a 3.5mm headphone jack, which was removed from the 6a, so it remains to be seen if Google will bring it with the 7a.





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