Google hits the table with the new Pixel 8a and its 7 years of updates

Google hits the table with the new Pixel 8a and its 7 years of updates
Google hits the table with the new Pixel 8a and its 7 years of updates

Surprisingly, and when there is one week left until the Google I/O, Google has officially revealed to us the new Google Pixel 8a, the new generation of the Californian firm’s cheapest phone, which does not mean that it is still as economical as its predecessors were at the time. The new phone arrives with an aspect in which it surpasses all its rivals, and comfortably, such as the software updates, which in this model are released with a longevity never seen before.

The cheapest Pixel is here

The new Google Pixel 8a is official, and it is released with everything that we knew it was going to offer us thanks to the different leaks it had suffered, something that on the other hand has been common for years in the Google ecosystem. The new phone certainly stands out for these software updates, and starting with Android 15, they will be practically guaranteed updates up to Android 20 or Android 21, something that makes you dizzy just thinking about it. And it is a support that is currently unparalleled in the smartphone market.

The new phone retains much of the design found in its predecessors, perhaps with a more rounded appearance in the corners, and conveying a much more compact and lighter appearance. The new phone arrives with a screen with 6.1-inch OLED technology, and Full HD+ resolution. This has a refresh rate of 120Hzand the maximum brightness it offers is 1400 nits.

Performance again depends on a Google processor, in this case the G3 Tensioner, which once again stands out in its special ability to manage neural networks and everything related to AI, something that is especially powerful these days. It comes with 8GB RAM and 128GB or 256GB storage versions. This mobile offers subtle changes, such as the processor, while most important aspects remain unchanged.

This is the case of the camera, which has the same 64 megapixel sensor as its predecessor, as well as the secondary 13-megapixel ultra-wide-angle sensor, which is also the same as the previous model. Even the selfie camera is the same, with a 13-megapixel sensor. Where there are some differences is in the battery, which now has a higher capacity, not much, but greater than that of its predecessor.

It’s now It has a capacity of 4492mAh, and it does not seem that the charging power has changed, retaining 18W. On the other hand, it does boast a connectivity of 10, thanks to ultra-fast Wifi 7 connectivity, as well as Bluetooth 5.3, NFC for mobile payments and a USB type C connector. It comes with a fingerprint reader under the screen, stereo speakers , or maximum water and dust resistance, thanks to the IP68 certification. And all this with a price of 549 euroswhich yes, is much more affordable than the high-end Pixels, but it is a much higher price than its predecessors.

 
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