[Exclusive] Google Pixel 6a renderings reveal Pixel 6-like design

Google Pixel 6a design unveiled

The Google Pixel 6a shares the same design language as its older siblings, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. Starting from the front, the Pixel 6a will feature a 6.2-inch flat OLED display with a single centered hole-punch camera and an integrated fingerprint scanner. There are two rear cameras and a single LED flash housed in a visor-like module similar to the Pixel 6. From these stunning renderings, we can see that the Pixel 6a will have a glass back and a two-tone finish. On the right side of the frame, we can see the volume rocker and the power buttons. The volume buttons seem to be in an awkward position considering the size of the device. The phone will measure approximately 152.2 x 71.8 x 8.7mm (10.4mm including the rear camera bump).

At the bottom, we see a USB type C port as well as two grilles, one for the speaker and one for the microphone. There are antenna cutouts on all four sides and the SIM card case is on the left side of the device.

Google Pixel 6a specifications (expected)

The Google Pixel 5a launched in August had fairly modest specs such as a Snapdragon 765G and 12MP + 16MP rear cameras. So we expect the Pixel 6a to be a step up from its predecessor. The phone might feature a mid-range Tensor processor like a Tensor lite or even a Snapdragon 778G, but we’re only speculating for now. Since its bigger brothers have seen an increase in camera hardware, we can expect similar treatment for the Pixel 6a as well. The main camera may be the same as the Pixel 6, i.e. a 50 MP Samsung ISOCELL GN1 sensor.

The Pixel 6a can also come with 6GB or 8GB of RAM and up to 128GB of internal storage. Since the Pixel is all about the software experience, we expect the phone to launch with Android 12 out of the box, with software support for up to 3 years and security updates. up to 5 years. It will be interesting to know how Google will price the Google Pixel 6a and whether the company plans to launch the device in India.

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