Our Google Pixel 7a video review is up

Ro, 31 May 2023

The annual mid-range Google Pixel phone is arguably one of the most anticipated budget smartphones on the market and this year's Pixel 7a comes really close to the vanilla Pixel 7 in terms of features. However, beneath the surface, the Pixel 7a is just as capable.

The handset sports Tensor G2 SoC, just like the Pixel 7, offers an excellent camera experience, and offers the same battery capacity as its more expensive sibling, while being slightly more compact.

In any case, the device packs a serious punch and can challenge significantly more expensive handsets in some aspects, so make sure to watch our video review to see what Will has to say about the Pixel 7a and don't forget to read our fullwritten review for some tidbits that didn't make it to the video format.


Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 03 Jun 2023
  • wgs

200g woahh that’s iphone 13 pro max weight

  • Microplex
  • 02 Jun 2023
  • HX1

I have owned: - Nexus 5 To me the best Nexus mobile that LG made for Google, still have it now on Lineage OS (but no longer updated) and battery only last for around 5 hours but still a fun mobile to use for nostalgia reasons, to me the design wa...

  • Anonymous
  • 02 Jun 2023
  • vx4

If they want a week long or even months long battery life, then best they get a feature/basic phone.

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