The noise surrounding the launch of the Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro in October may have subsided a bit, but news of a possible Pixel 6a is thin on the ground – or at least that was the case until today, when we got some unofficial renders. have met.
These are courtesy of Well-Known Tipsters @onleaks And 91mobiles: We’ve seen several other leaks from the same source in recent years, so we’re pretty sure what you see in these renders will be somewhat similar to the one from the Google Pixel 6a when it finally shines a light. sees the day.
The renders are based on leaked insider information from Google and its supply chain partners, so there may be some discrepancies between these images and the final product – these are not promotional renderings that Google itself has put together.
So… here’s your very first and very early look at the #Google #Pixel6a! (360° Video + Gorgeous 5K Render + Dimensions) #FutureSquad from my friends on @91mobiles -> https://t.co/7kzPc5STEU pic.twitter.com/Us8H6haEh8November 20, 2021
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display size and more
If these particular leaks are correct, the Pixel 6a is going to come with a flat 6.2-inch OLED display, so it will be smaller than both the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. There’s apparently a punch hole selfie camera and an in-screen fingerprint sensor, though it doesn’t look like a headphone jack will be included.
There’s been talk of a dual-lens rear camera with the Pixel 6a, but there’s not as much confidence about other possible specs: a custom Tensor sensor would certainly be a possibility, and 6GB-8GB would be such a mid-range option. RAM and 128GB storage will be perfect for the phone.
Considering the launch of the Google Pixel 4a in August 2020 and the Pixel 5a in August 2021, we would expect the Pixel 6a to debut in August 2022. There is much more to be expected in the form of leaks and rumors between now and then.
Analysis: Pixel 6a may be a return to form for Google’s mid-rangers
They haven’t been out for very long, but the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro phones feel like a return to Google’s rather lackluster Pixel 5. Looking at the back, the handset seems like a placeholder while Google waited for its custom-built Tensor chipset to be ready for production.
The Pixel 5a, like the Pixel 5, didn’t really have a rush of pulses when it launched — after all, it’s only available in the US and Japan — and so Google may be hoping the Pixel 6a can carry the good vibes. in the Pixel 6 phone, and put it back at the top of the mid-range smartphone category.
Remember the Pixel 3a, Pixel 3a XL, Pixel 4a and Pixel 4a with 5G? It felt like Google just cut the right corners to bring those devices up to their attractive price points — for a while, they were some of the best mid-range Android phones you could get, especially given the quality of their cameras. Seeing it.
Now the scene is set for the Pixel 6a to offer something similar: an affordable, versatile Android device with camera capabilities that go far beyond what you’d expect for the price. Final retail price will be crucial to the success or failure of the Pixel 6a, so we’ll be paying close attention to any potential leaks in this area.
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