The Google Pixel 8a appears to have some differences in dimensions compared to its predecessor, the Pixel 7a.

Recently, leaked renders of the Google Pixel 8a have surfaced online, shortly after the company unveiled its flagship phones for the year, the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro. These renders indicate that the Pixel 8a will sport a 6.1-inch flat display and maintain the raised horizontal camera bar seen on Google’s current-generation Pixel models. Interestingly, the Pixel 8a is expected to be slightly larger in size compared to the Pixel 8, as per information available online.

Renowned tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer (X: @OnLeaks) collaborated with Smartprix to provide detailed renders of the Pixel 8a. The leaked images showcase a colorway similar to the Rose variant introduced with the Pixel 8 during Google’s Made by Google 2023 hardware launch event last week. While the overall appearance of both the front and rear sides of the phone resembles the standard model, it appears that the bezels on the Pixel 8a may be slightly thicker.

According to the leaked details shared by the tipster, the Pixel 8a is expected to measure 152.1 x 72.6 x 8.9mm. This suggests a slight reduction of 0.1mm in height, 0.3mm in width, and 0.1mm in thickness compared to the Pixel 7a. Additionally, the leaked images indicate that the Pixel 8a may feature more rounded corners compared to its predecessor.

The rear panel of the Pixel 8a showcases a raised camera module that closely resembles the one found on the Pixel 8. It features two rear cameras aligned to the left, with an LED flash positioned on the right side. The rear panel also includes the iconic Google logo in the center.

Furthermore, 360-degree renders of the purported Pixel 8a reveal a USB Type-C port located at the bottom of the display, flanked by speaker grilles. The front of the handset features a centrally-aligned hole punch cutout to accommodate the selfie camera, while the top of the display houses a slim ear speaker for calls.

Notably, the top edge of the phone displays an antenna line, possibly for cellular connectivity or ultra-wideband (UWB) support. Although Google’s Pixel 8 series is yet to be released in India, and the company has not officially announced plans for a midrange version of its flagship smartphones, more details about the Pixel 8a are expected to emerge in the months leading up to its anticipated launch next year.

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