Pixel 7a launch is imminent, at least Amazon wants you to believe it. The Pixel 6a was released earlier this year back in July. The phone is priced at $450 and has a Tensor chipset with all the bells and whistles you can get from a Pixel smartphone. Now it seems that despite the Pixel 7 coming earlier this year, Google is already preparing for the launch of the Pixel 7A.
Google appears to be gearing up for the launch of the Pixel 7a
GSMArena’s informant was able to find an email subscription option for “Google Pixel 7a Family Launch Announcement”. At the time of writing, this option was still available on the website. (You need to go to Your Account > Your Email Subscriptions > View All Subscriptions), and yes, you can subscribe to receive notifications, however, as soon as it becomes known you’ll actually lose that option.
I strongly suggest you take this with a grain of salt, and for several reasons. First, the Pixel 6a is less than six months old. It doesn’t make much sense to release the Pixel 7 right now. However, earlier this year, reports surfaced that Google plans to produce four million units of an unnamed budget phone for launch early next year.
I would still advise you to be cautious about the list mentioned and wait to see how things develop. If Google does introduce a new Pixel 7a, I’ll be interested to see what corners are cut this time.
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