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Google’s upcoming Pixel 8a has been leaking like crazy lately. Recently, a few days ago, not too long ago, we had a special sheet for him. Last week, Google itself may have shown us the Pixel 8a in an ad for its US carrier.

A couple of new renders of the phone have leaked today, showing both the back and the front of what will no doubt be called Obsidian (as Google likes to call it black these days).

The rear is what you’d expect: there’s a camera “visor” that goes from one side of the frame to the other, two sensors and a circular LED flash array, minimal G branding, and not much else.

On the front, however, the display’s bezels are really the stars of the show, as they look quite large for this price point – especially the chin. Still, Google will probably get away with it because most people will praise its software and camera quality. And compared to the Pixel 7a, this model will be replaced, the bezels aren’t that bad – it’s just that the Pixel 8a has smaller ones than some of its competitors in Europe and Asia.

Speaking of comparing it to its predecessor, the corners are more rounded this time around. Apart from the Obsidian color shown here, the Pixel 8a is also expected to come in Porcelain (white) and Bay (blue) colors. It should be powered by Google’s Tensor G3 chipset and will feature a 6.1-inch 120Hz OLED display, 128/256GB of storage, a 64MP main camera with OIS, a 13MP ultra-wide, a 13MP selfie camera and 4500 cameras. mAh battery with 27W wireless charging support.