According to Twitter user Wojciechowski, the camera configuration for the Lynx is referred to as "Pixel 22 Mid-range," as opposed to "Pixel 22 Premium" for the Pixel 7/Pro. Also, the 50MP Samsung GN1 sensor revealed by the developer on the camera setup for the smartphone codenamed Lynx (most likely the Pixel 7a) has been erased. Kuba believes the 50MP sensor was utilized during testing to evaluate the two new mid-range sensors.
As a result, Lynx's two image sensors are now known as "l10 wide" (IMX787) and "l10 UW" (IMX712). The Pixel 7a will have two cameras in total, including a wide and ultra-wide camera array on the rear. Wojciechowski notices that no mention of telephoto lenses is made. According to him, the IMX787 is a huge advance over the previous IMX363 and should make the 7a an even better alternative for mid-range camera quality.
Furthermore, he believes that Samsung would deliver the 1080p screen with a refresh rate of 90Hz. For comparison, the Pixel 6a has a refresh rate of 60Hz. The Lynx (Pixel 7a) will also be the first Google Tensor-powered smartphone to use a Qualcomm WCN6740 Wi-Fi