Google’s Pixel 6 series has been available on the market for a few months now. Now, fans are anticipating the Google Pixel 6a, which will be a more cheap version of the Pixel 6.
According to reports, the firm may release the Google Pixel 6a in the next few months, with features that are similar to or better than those of the Google Pixel 5a. The Google Pixel 6a is likely to build on the success of the Google Pixel 6, with a new design and a Google Tensor processor, but with a slower camera than the flagship versions. This will also be Google’s first low-cost handset without a headphone connector.
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It’s also worth noting that the Google Pixel wristwatch is slated to be released this month. Both products may be announced at the same time by Google. The Google Pixel 6a is likely to have a 12.2MP camera with optical image stabilization.
However, some rumors claim that the smartphone will include the main lens with a 50MP and a 12MP ultrawide angle lens might possibly be included as well. The smartphone’s front camera is an 8MP sensor. Coming to the display, the Pixel 6a might feature a 6.2-inch AMOLED display.
The smartphone might have the same CPU as the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro on the inside. The Google Pixel 6 series contains the Google Tensor processor, which is an octa-core chipset featuring two high-performance cores, two balanced cores, and two high-efficiency cores for people who aren’t up to speed. The Mali-G78 GPU is paired with the CPU.
Meanwhile, according to a recent report from Jon Prosser, Google is expected to release its first Pixel-branded wristwatch during the same timeframe. We also recently reported on Google’s plans to release a new Chromecast gadget this year.
Pixel Watch 👇
I’m hearing that Google is planning on launching it on Thursday, May 26th — over year since we leaked it.
This is the first we’ve seen a set date on the device behind the scenes.
Google is known for pushing back dates — but if they do, we’ll know 👀 pic.twitter.com/Kk0D4Bom6d
— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) January 21, 2022
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