Google Pixel 6a is the successor to the Google Pixel 5a, launched back in August. Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro, Google’s flagship devices for 2021, were teased/leaked tremendously before the launch. They turned out to be fitting devices for the price, with a few hiccups here and there. The Pixel 6a renders were leaked a couple of days ago, and now we know some of its hardware specifications.
According to the APK-insight team of 9to5Google, we now have more data about the phone. The phone is expected to have a pair of rear camera’s. As the renders reveal the same camera bump found on the Pixel 6 series on the Pixel 6a, the sensor is sadly not the same.
The Pixel 6a (codename: bluejay) might have a 12.2-megapixel Sony IMX363 primary sensor. The same sensor in all Pixel devices since the Pixel 3. While this changed with the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, it does not appear to be the same here. The second sensor is likely to be a 12MP IMX386 sensor for an ultra-wide camera. The front camera will be an 8MP IMX355 sensor.
So what is going to remain the same as the Pixel 6 series, if not the cameras? Well, according to 9to5Google, the Pixel 6a will have the same Google Tensor GS101 SoC. The Tensor SoC from Google has mixed reviews, but we should give it more time before drawing conclusions.
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If this does happen, the Pixel 6a will be the first “a” series phone from Google to come with a flagship chipset. However, there are chances that Google might just use a mid-range Snapdragon processor as it has been doing all along.
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