Due to the obvious new camera visor on the rear and its flagship status, the Google Pixel 6 Pro and Google Pixel 6 were by far the most talked-about smartphones on the internet before their release. While both smartphones have functioned admirably since their launch, users have reported a variety of concerns, involving residual light on the display, screen tint issues, and other problems.
Nonetheless, Google has addressed all of the challenges and has proposed viable answers.
While Google’s flagship handsets are yet to be released, images of the impending Google Pixel 6a have appeared online. The Pixel 6a will be an entry-level smartphone in the Pixel 6 series, with mid-tier specifications and a cheap price. As seen in the images provided by 91mobiles, the phone will pack a 6.2″ flat screen, an in-display fingerprint sensor, two back cameras, and more.
Google Pixel 6a Design and Specifications
The Google Pixel 6a could have a striking resemblance to the Google Pixel 6. The gadget sports a centrally positioned punch-hole panel on the front that houses the selfie camera. The front panel, as a whole, is relatively boxy, with the screen curling gently around the edges. To replicate the design of the Google Pixel 6, Google may opt for the Pixel 6a’s horizontal visor camera configuration. However, the device’s twin rear-facing cameras are located in the upper left corner.
Because the flash is typically mounted beside the camera module, it appears oddly out of place in the right-hand corner of the glass. The smartphone will feature a dual-tone color scheme and a toned-down Google symbol in the back panel’s center.
The smartphone’s official specifications have not been released, although it is likely to be an enhancement over the Pixel 5a. The upcoming Google Pixel 6a may include a Snapdragon 778G CPU, similar to the Snapdragon 765G found on the Pixel 5a.
In terms of the camera, the impending Pixel 6a should include the Magic Eraser feature. It may also include a 50MP Samsung ISOCELL GN1 sensor feature as well.
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Google recently updated it to upgrade the scanner. If the images are true, the Pixel 6A could be the first Pixel device in the mid-range to lack a headphone port. Previously, only the Pixel 5A, Pixel 4A, and Pixel 3A sported headphone jacks, while the Pixel 5, Pixel 4, and Pixel 3 lacked them.
The Pixel 6A is also likely to be far more slim compared to Pixel 6 Pro, and Pixel 6 measuring 152.2 x 71.8 x 8.7 mm along with a 6.2-inch screen (via 91Mobiles). This is significantly smaller than the standard Pixel 6, which measures 158.6 x 74.8 x 8.9 mm and boasts a 6.4-inch display.
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