If it gets WiFi/BT, I'd bet that the LEDs will move to the other side (away from the GPIO block) the way they did when we went from the Pi2B to the Pi3B. Essentially, I'd expect the Pi3A to be an A+ sized Pi3B without the LAN chip and associated connectors. (Note that the WiFi antenna on the Pi3B is on the part of the board that an A+ sized Pi3A would retain.)alphanumeric wrote:I'm hoping it's the same size and layout as the current A+, but has the 3B's SOC, RAM and WIFI BT. I'd settle for the updated SOC and more RAM, onboard WIFI BT would be a bonus.
All of that makes me think of some other things that differentiate an A+ from a Pi Zero...power protection, audio connector with composite video already on the board.