pixel: Google Pixel 7a may not feature triple rear camera setup


Google is gearing up to expand its A-series lineup with the launch of the Google Pixel 7a under the Pixel 7 family. The smartphone is likely to make its debut in 2023. However, ahead of the launch, rumours about the camera specifications of the phone have leaked again. As per previous rumours, the Google Pixel 7a would sport a triple rear camera setup comprising– a 50MP Samsung sensor, 64MP telephoto sensor, and a 13MP ultra-wide angle sensor.

According to a report by tipster Kuba Wojciechowski, Google is said to have removed the 50MP Samsung sensor from the Pixel 7a phone. New information has surfaced that hints at the display features of the smartphone. Google Pixel 7a is expected to feature a 1080 pixels resolution OLED display from Samsung with 90Hz refresh rate.

The tipster has confirmed that the Google Pixel 7a will come with integrated Qualcomm chips for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. The phone is tipped to be powered by Google’s own Tensor chipset.

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According to Android researcher Kuba Wojciechowski, the Lynx (codename) Pixel 7a is tipped to be powered by the “P9222” chipset for wireless charging support. The chip is rumoured to be capable of 5W charging.

The tech giant recently rolled out a new feature called ‘Clear Calling’– launched during the ‘Made by Google’ event– in its recent beta update for the Pixel 7 series.

The feature is available for those who will download the Android 13 QPR1 (Quarterly Platform Release) beta 3 software update.

Once updated to Android 13 QPR1 Beta 3, users can find the feature in their Sound settings.

Go to Settings>Tap on Sound and Vibration>browse Clear Calling. Toggle the Clear Calling on or off when you enter the page.

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