More Pixel 8a Specs Emerge: 120hz Display, Tensor G3, and Display Output Feature


Not too long after an FCC database listing was spotted bearing several of its model numbers, it looks like the Pixel 8a is once again the subject of newly-leaked information. According to a report from the folks over at Android Authority, the Pixel 8a is shaping up to be one formidable midrange Android phone.

According to a source with direct intel over at Google, the Pixel 8a will come with some familiar and new features not found on the Pixel 8 flagship phones. For one, the handset is rumored to have a 120hz display, a major step-up from the 90Hz screen on the Pixel 7a from last year. It will also come with the Tensor G3 chipset, the same SoC found inside the Pixel 8 and 8 Pro.

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Interestingly, the leaker says that the Pixel 8a will also come with support for a display-out feature, which will allow it to output content onto external screens via a USB-C connection. Meanwhile, the 8a will come with the same camera configuration as on the Pixel 7a, which ditches the 12MP Sony sensor used in several earlier A-series Pixel phones in lieu of a 64MP primary camera sensor.

Finally, the source also states that Google will be selling the Pixel 8a in several more regions worldwide, including countries in Easter Europe. With the amount of leaks involved such as its price, design and even retail packaging, all that’s really left for Google to do is to showcase the full range of colour variants available for the Pixel 8a, which we can expect during this year’s Google I/O conference, set to be held on May 14.

Source: Android Authority

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