The Pixel 7A might cost $50 more than the Pixel 6A

A Pixel 6A.
A Pixel 6A. | Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge

Google’s still-unannounced Pixel 7A might cost $499, meaning the rumored midrange phone will launch at a $50 premium over last year’s Pixel 6A, according to 9to5Google. While that price might be a bit of a disappointment, the new phone will apparently get some big upgrades that could justify the cost.

The cameras, for example, are moving up to a 64MP main camera (up from 12MP in the Pixel 6A) and a 13MP ultrawide camera (up from 12MP), 9to5Google reports. The phone will apparently also have a 90hz display, the Tensor G2 chip that powers the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro, and wireless charging. Those all seem like nice improvements from the very good Pixel 6A.

If that all sounds are good to you, you may not need to wait long to pick up a Pixel…

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