Annually, Google updates its budget A-lineup. Despite their budget-friendly price tag, Google’s pixel7A smartphones provide top-notch camera performance. Google’s image processing is appealing to many, especially those enthusiastic about the devices. Several users are attracted to the brand because of its standalone image processing. Anyway, the successor of Google Pixel 6a is reportedly in the works and its specifications have now been leaked.
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Wojciechowski, a Twitter tipster, called the Lynx’s camera arrangement “Pixel 22 Mid-range,” not “Pixel 22 Premium.” In addition, the 50MP Samsung GN1 sensor found on the Lynx (“Pixel 7a”) camera configuration has been removed. Kuba believes the 50MP sensor was utilised during testing to evaluate the two new sensors used on the mid-ranger.
Therefore, Lynx’s two sensors are described as “l10 wide” (IMX787) and “l10 UW” (IMX712). Pixel 7a has two cameras on the back, wide and ultra-wide. Wojciechowski observes that no telephoto lens is mentioned. The IMX787 is a significant improvement over the previous IMX363 and should make the 7a an even better option for mid-range camera quality, he continues.
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Additionally, he claims that Samsung would supply the 1080p panel with a 90Hz refresh rate. The Pixel 6a has a 60Hz refresh rate for comparison. The Lynx (Pixel 7a) will also be the first Google Tensor-powered smartphone to have a Qualcomm Wi-Fi Bluetooth chip, the WCN6740.