These Are The Expected Google Pixel 6a Specifications


The Google Pixel 6a seems to be right around the corner. This smartphone is tipped to launch next month, during Google I/O, so most likely on May 11. The expected Pixel 6a specifications have just been shared by a tipster.

Most of these specs have surfaced several times thus far. They’re all in one place now, and it seems like these are close to final specs, if not the final ones.

The expected Pixel 6a specifications include a 90Hz display, Google Tensor SoC & more

The Google Pixel 6a will feature a 6.2-inch fullHD+ OLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate. That display will be flat, and a bit smaller than the one on the Pixel 6. It may be small enough to get the Pixel 4a users to upgrade.

The Google Tensor SoC will fuel the phone. That is Google’s very first processor, and it fuels the company’s flagships, the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro. Google is tipped to offer both 6GB and 8GB RAM variants of this phone, though we may see a 6GB RAM model only.

You’ll get 128GB of storage on the inside, while a 4,800mAh battery will power the phone. 30W charging is also mentioned, though that’ll likely be the 23W charging that the Pixel 6 supports. It will also slow down after it hits 50-percent, so it will be quite slow to fully charge the phone.

An in-display fingerprint scanner is also mentioned. That will likely be the same optical fingerprint scanner Google used in the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro. That’s not the fastest fingerprint scanner around, so we’re hoping to see some improvement in that area.

Android 12 will come pre-installed, of course

Android 12 will come pre-installed, of course, but the Pixel 6a will get Android 13 as soon as it becomes available. The phone is tipped to offer three cameras, two of which will be placed on the back.

Those two cameras are quite familiar, as they’ve been used on a number of phones thus far, especially the main one. That’s the one Google has been using since the Pixel 2 back in 2017.

This exact same camera setup was used on the Pixel 5. A 12.2-megapixel main camera (Sony’s IMX363 sensor) will be backed by a 12-megapixel ultrawide camera (Sony’s IMX386 sensor). An 8-megapixel unit (Sony’s IMX355 sensor) will sit on the front side.

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