Google Pixel 6a Specs: 6GB RAM, Dual Cameras, Release Date!
Are you ready to meet a new smartphone from Google company with 6GB RAM and dual cameras? Say hello to the Google Pixel 6a Specifications below!
Google Pixel 6a Specifications
According to the latest news, the Google Pixel 6a is going to hit the Indian market this month. Therefore, it might go up against the Nothing Phone (1) and OnePlus 10R in India. After launching several handsets, the Google Pixel 6a was the first Pixel smartphone to come to India in three years, with outstanding design and an affordable price tag. Now, take a look Specifications of the Google Pixel 6a below!
Under the hood, the Google handset gets power from the Google Tensor chipset. But thanks to our legit source, we know the upcoming smartphone is going to boot to Android 12 as the operating system. How about the memory department? The smartphone can come with 6GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage (no card slot). Are you looking for the optics department?
The Google Pixel 6a camera rocks a dual-lens set up on the back. It comprises 12.2MP primary shooter + 12MP ultrawide sensor. On the other hand, the front camera of this handset is a single 8MP lens. Meanwhile, the Google device houses a 4410mAh battery box with 18W fast charging. How about the display? The new Google Pixel 6a Specifications flaunt a 6.5-inch OLED with a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels. Other specifications consist of under-display fingerprint, GPS, and USB Type-C. Lastly, the Google smartphone arrives with three color options, including Chalk, Charcoal, and Sage.
Google Pixel 6a release date and price
The Google Pixel 6a release date should fall in India later this year. Regarding the cost, the Google Pixel 6a price can fall around $462 ~ Rs. 37,000. Do you like it? Let us know in the comment section!
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