Google Pixel 7a Tipped To Feature Flagship Camera Sensors, Wireless Charging

Pixel 7a, Google's purported affordable "A"-tagged mid-range addition to the Pixel 7 series expected to launch in 2023.

It has been reported that Pixel 7a will come with better cameras and wireless charging, amongst other features.

Google's first A-series Pixel, the Pixel 3a, was launched on the premise of making the flagship's Pixel experience available on affordable device.

With every new A-series launch, the company has reduced the divide between the flagship specifications, quality, and experience.

This strategy was reflected in the Pixel 4a 5G being released by Google alongside the Pixel 5, with both phones featuring identical Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G SoC.

The Pixel 4a 5G also featured a 90Hz refresh rate supporting display,  water resistance, a premium metal body, and wireless charging.

The Pixel 5a also managed to keep the retail price down while featuring a water-resistant body and metal exterior.

Most notably, both the Pixel 4a and Pixel 5a phones featured the same main camera sensor as their flagship counterparts.

However, the Pixel 6a did not feature the same camera sensor as the Pixel 6 with the search giant choosing to retain the camera sensors from Pixel 5a.