A long-rumored Google Pixel device may be just a few months away.
According to reports (based on retail listings) from both
Curiously, launching the Pixel 7a in June would put Google a month ahead of schedule compared to previous years. The Pixel 6a hit store shelves in July last year.
Those retail listings didn’t stop with a launch date, though.
We also got a few other juicy bits of info. For starters, the leaks suggest the Pixel Fold will come in at least a 256GB storage variant, with carbon and porcelain as the color options. The 7a, meanwhile, might only come in a 128GB model with carbon, cotton, and Arctic blue as the color choices.
Sadly, we didn’t get exact price figures for either device. And aside from colors and storage, there’s still not a lot of firm info to go on about either device.
Google I/O can’t get here soon enough for Pixel-heads.