The Pixel 8a Leaks again, this Time in Official Material


Perhaps one could say that at this point, it’s no longer a surprise – following several months’ worth of leaks and whatnot, the Pixel 8a has once again been exposed just weeks before its supposed reveal date, this time by way of official Google marketing material.

The leaked images were originally posted by the team over at Android Headlines, and showcase various features of the Pixel 8a. Thanks to the new leaks, we now know that Google’s upcoming midrange phone will feature up to seven years of security updates, IP67 dust and water protection, and a still-slow 18W charging speed.

Other expected specifications include Google’s current Tensor G3 chipset, the same SoC used in the Pixel 8 and 8 Pro, a 64MP main camera, and a 120Hz refresh rate, although some sources state that Google might retain a 90Hz display for the 8a. Just recently, a leaked promo video showing off the Pixel 8a was shared online via MySmartPrice and tech informant @OnLeaks.

READ: What Google needs to make the Pixel 8a a hit

It’s very likely that Google might announce the Pixel 8a during this year’s I/O Conference, which is when the company usually unveils its upcoming software and hardware products and features.

Source: Android Headlines

Mike Viray
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