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Google's Pixel 8A leaks in all colors – including bold green

Google's Pixel 8A leaks in all colors – including bold green

We're a month away from Google I/O, where the company will likely announce its new Pixel 8A phone. At this point, there are already plenty of renders and even some real-world shots. And now, courtesy of Android Headlines, it appears that official marketing images of the device have been leaked.

If accurate, they show that Google plans to offer the Pixel 8A in four colors: black, ceramic, blue, and a very vibrant green. It's definitely more saturated than the less "mint" that Google added to the Pixel 8 color options earlier this year.

Like its predecessor, the phone is rumored to have a 6.1-inch display, though it's not yet clear whether it will top out at 90Hz or 120Hz. The 8A still has thicker bezels than the flagship Pixel 8 and 8 Pro – especially at the bottom. Like those devices, it will be powered by Google's Tensor G3 chip.

Rumors have indicated that this may be the last A-series Pixel phone – at least for a while. Later this year, Google is expected to release three versions of the Pixel 9: Pixel 9, Pixel 9 Pro, and Pixel 9 Pro XL. They'll all have different screen sizes (and prices). Toss in the eventual Pixel Fold 2, and there might not be enough room in the lineup for the 9A. Even from a pricing perspective, there isn't much room between the 7A and Pixel 8 models that are constantly on sale.

Google's I/O 2024 keynote is scheduled for May 14. Compared to many 8A leaks, we haven't seen much about the Pixel Fold 2, so it's possible the company may hold off on it until October to align the entire premium series. With the same Tensor G4 processor.

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