Google is rumored to announce the in-house Tensor chipset powered midrange Pixel 6a, with a less impressive camera hardware than the flagship Pixel 6 phones. Earlier rumors said the device will not launch before August but renowned tipster Max Jambor thinks otherwise, saying the device will become official in May. Past Pixel A-series phones like the 5a 5G and the 4a came in August so this would be a significant leap by Google.
Apart from the Tensor chip, the Pixel 6a is said to share the same basic design as its more expensive counterparts with a punch-hole display on the front and a camera visor setup on the back. The phone will likely have a 6.2” OLED screen while its dimensions are rumored to come in at 152.2 x 71.8 x 8.7mm.
The camera hardware will not be flashy, we expect to see a 12.2MP main camera sensor, the same main camera as on the Pixel 4, Pixel 4a and Pixel 5. The main cam will be accompanied by a 12MP ultrawide shooter while the selfie shooter is expected to run an 8MP sensor. The phone will also bring an in-display fingerprint scanner which would be a first in the Pixel A-series.
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