Google Pixel 7a

Google Pixel 7a launches in Ireland, starting at €509

Google’s long-awaited Google Pixel 7a is finally here, having been unveiled at this year’s Google I/O. While the company hasn’t shared any availability information just yet, we expect that this device will be shipping very soon. As for pricing, it starts at €509 from the official Google store.

The Google Pixel 7a packs the company’s very own Tensor G2 chipset, which powers a lot of the AI goodies that Google is known for. On top of that, you get a high refresh-rate 90Hz AMOLED display, a 64MP primary camera, a 13MP ultra-wide camera, wireless charging, and even face unlock. In other words, the Google Pixel 7a is a smartphone that’s very similar to the slightly more expensive Google Pixel 7.

The Google Pixel 7a is placed in a really weird in-between segment when compared to the Pixel 6a and the Pixel 7. On the one hand, it very likely has a better camera than the Pixel 6a, and it definitely has a better chipset. On the other, the Pixel 7 is definitely not much better than the 7a. If a consumer is being faced with purchasing either of these devices, it’s hard to justify the Pixel 7 unless it’s on sale.

Nevertheless, the Pixel 7a is definitely going to be a good device, and it’ll be worth picking up for sure if you’re looking for a new smartphone with a good camera. You can check out the Google Store to pre-order one of these if it catches your eye. We’ll be sure to come back with our thoughts if we manage to get our hands on one of these, too.


An Irish technology fanatic with a BSc in Computer Science. Lover of smartphones, cybersecurity, and Counter-Strike. You can contact me at adam.conway@irishtech.ie.
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