Google Pixel 7a launched with powerful tensor G2 SoC in India

Sushmita Shrestha

Google Pixel 7a

Google’s “a” line of smartphones has gained a lot of popularity among users. The latest launched Google Pixel 7a gets an impressive upgrades compared to last year’s Pixel 6a. The Pixel 7a is at INR 43,999 for an 8GB RAM and 128GB storage model in India and is soon to come in Nepal.

Without further lets start with the official features, specifications, price, and availability of Google Pixel 7a in Nepal.


  • OLED panel with 90Hz refresh rate
  • FHD+ resolution and IP67 rating certified
  • Gorilla Glass 3 Protection
  • Google Tensor G2 5G SoC
  • 64MP primary sensor
  • 4385mAh, with 18W wired and 18W wireless charging

Google Pixel 7a Overview

Built & Display

The Pixel 7a boasts a stylish design with color-matching side frames and a metallic camera layout, similar to its siblings, the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. It comes with three different color options Sea, Charcoal, Snow, and Coral. But the Coral color option is only available in the US, Google has also taken an eco-friendly approach by incorporating 100% recycled aluminum for the phone’s frames.


Moving to the display part, it has a notable improvement by introducing a higher refresh rate to its “a” series, featuring a 90Hz refresh rate, delivering smoother and more fluid visuals. Likewise, it comes with a 6.1-inch FHD OLED display, Gorilla Glass 3 protection, and an optical in-display fingerprint scanner, providing a secure and convenient biometric authentication method. And also dust and water-resistant thanks to IP67 certification.



It does get a noticeable upgrade in its performance too. Featuring the powerful Tensor G2 chip, which is the same chipset used in other devices in the Pixel lineup. Which ensures enhanced processing capabilities and overall performance. It is also equipped with the Titan M2 security coprocessor, providing robust security features to protect user data and privacy.

Google Pixel 7a Features
Google Pixel 7a Features

Google has also increased the RAM capacity from 6GB to 8GB, with 128GB of UFS 3.1 storage, providing ample space for storing apps, photos, videos, and other files. However, it’s important to note that there is no option to expand the storage using an external microSD card. Preloaded Android 13, the latest version of the operating system at the time of its release. Which is slated to receive 3 major OS upgrades and up to 5 years of security updates.


One of the significant upgrades in pixel 7a is in the camera department. Google has provided the 7a with improved camera specs like replacing the dual 12MP sensors of the Pixel 6a with a 64MP 1/1.73″ primary sensor (equipped with optical image stabilization) and a 13MP ultrawide sensor. Which boasts a sensor size that is 72% larger than the previous version. There is also a significant improvement in the low-light conditions.

Alongside, the 3MP ultrawide sensor which brings a wider field of view, expanding from 114° to 120°. Moreover, the ultrawide sensor now supports autofocus, adding more versatility to the camera setup.

In the front, the phones get a 13MP with a wider field of view as well for selfies. It is to be said the 7a inherits all the software-based features found in the regular Pixel 7 series. These include functionalities like Magic Eraser, Photo Unblur, Real Tone, and more. Moreover, it will also receive Google’s new AI-powered “Magic Editor” feature later this year, further enhancing the camera capabilities.

Battery & Other Features

It is equipped with a slightly smaller 4385mAh battery compared to its predecessor. This battery capacity ensures a reliable and long-lasting power source for the device. It supports 18W wired charging, allowing for quick charging when needed.

Anything new as in for upgrades? Google has the introduction of wireless charging, marking the first time this feature is available in the “a” series of Google smartphones. However, it’s important to note that both wired and wireless chargers need to be purchased separately, as Google does not include them in the box. This gives users the flexibility to choose their preferred charging method.

For other features, it includes WiFi 6E, Bluetooth 5.3, and NFC for connectivity. In terms of audio, it is equipped with dual speakers, providing an enhanced audio experience for media consumption, gaming, and calls.

Google Pixel 7a Specifications (expected):

Build152.4 x 71.12 x 10.16mm, 192.77 gm, IP67 rated
Display6.1″ FHD+ OLED, 90Hz refresh rate, Gorilla Glass 3
ChipsetGoogle Tensor G2 5G (5nm)
Memory8GB LPDDR5 RAM, 128GB UFS 3.1 storage (fixed)
OSAndroid 13
Rear CameraDual Camera:
– 64MP f/1.89 primary sensor, 1/1.73″, OIS
– 13MP f/2.2 ultrawide sensor, 120° FoV
Selfie Camera13MP f/2.2 sensor, 95° FoV
SecurityFingerprint sensor (optical in-display)
Battery4385mAh, with 18W wired and 18W wireless charging
ColorsCharcoal, Snow, and Sea

Google Pixel 7a Price in Nepal

The Google Pixel 7a is already available for purchase at INR 43,999 for an 8GB RAM and 128GB storage model via Flipkart from May 11 in India. We expected Rs. 80,000 for the same model when launched in Nepal.

Pixel 7aPrice in IndiaPrice in Nepal (Expected)
8/128GBINR 43,999NPR 80,000

Final Thoughts:

The Google Pixel 7a offers a compelling package with its stylish design, impressive camera system, and notable performance upgrades. With its color-matching side frames and recycled aluminum construction, the device exudes a premium feel. The upgraded camera setup, featuring a 64MP primary sensor and 13MP ultrawide sensor, promises improved photography, especially in low-light conditions.

The Tensor G2 chip and increased RAM capacity ensure smooth performance, while the inclusion of wireless charging and dual speakers adds convenience and an enhanced audio experience. With the promise of long-term software support and security updates, the Pixel 7a stands as a solid option for those seeking a well-rounded smartphone experience.

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