The Google Pixel 8a should arrive in May, if we take the 7a's realease as a guideline, and the number of recent leaks makes it plausible.
The latest is a couple of retail package photos, showing the phone's coming black, and with 27W charging support (charger not included). The phone on the box looks exactly like the high quality renders of the 8a we saw back in October - the first of a series that recently included the Pixel 9 and Pixel 9 Pro.
The design on the retail box also matches with live photos of the Pixel 8a from September.
The Pixel 8a, model number G6GPR, will have a dual camera at the back, and a slightly underclocked Tensor G3 chipset.