The Pixel 7A has been given a few upgrades, and one of the most important ones, 

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in my opinion, is the 90Hz screen. It's brighter and smoother than the previous version, 

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Although it's not as good as the 120Hz display on the Galaxy A54 5G 

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it's still a significant upgrade from the previous "meh" screen.  

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Considering how often we check our phones throughout the day 

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having a better screen is definitely a quality-of-life improvement worth considering. 

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Just like the Pixel 6A from last year, the Pixel 7A also features a 6.1-inch OLED panel.  

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The phone has an IP67 rating, meaning it's resistant to dust and water 

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so you don't have to worry about accidentally dropping it in a puddle. 

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The Pixel 7A is powered by Google's latest custom chipset, the Tensor G2, which is supposed to be pretty powerful.  

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