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Google Pixel 6a spec leaked and announced for release in the second quarter of 2022

Details of the specifications for Google Pixel 6a have been leaked. This latest information shows some differences between previously leaked specifications and those shared by a tipster. Rumoured Google Pixel 6a, a watered-down version of the Google Pixel 6 series smartphones, borrows many features. The phone is expected to have a 6.2-inch OLED screen, Google Tensor SoC and a dual rear camera system. It is expected to be launched in Q2 2022.

According to Sam’s tweets, the Google Pixel 6a will feature a 6.2-inch full HD+ 90Hz OLED display. This confirms a November report claiming the phone would have a 6.2-inch screen. Google’s Tensor GS101 SoC is thought to power the handset. It could also be paired with 6GB of LPDDR4X RAM. Geekbench also suggests the same chipset and RAM, but other reports indicate an 8GB variant.

The tipster didn’t mention an 8GB RAM variant. It is possible that Google won’t launch a Pixel 6a variant with more RAM. This information is not confirmed, so we recommend taking it with a grain. The phone will be available in one 128GB model for inbuilt storage.

The Google Pixel 6a will feature a dual rear camera setup, and it will have a 12.2-megapixel Sony IMX363 primary sensor and a 12-megapixel Sony sensor paired with an ultra-wide lens. This follows a recent report that the Google Pixel 6a camera, despite not being compatible with the same SoC, may have the same camera setup as the Pixel 6 Pro and Pixel 6 Pro. The front-facing camera will be equipped with an 8-megapixel Sony IMX355 sensor.

According to a tipster, the Google Pixel 6a will have a 4,500mAh battery and support for 25W charging. Other reports suggest that the phone will have a 4,800mAh battery and 30W fast charging. It is expected that the Google phone will run Android 12 and measure 8.7mm in thickness. According to reports, Google will launch the Pixel 6a during the Google I/O event.

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