Besides Pixel 7 series prototypes, Pixel 6a units have gone up for sale before being officially introduced
On Facebook Marketplace, some one has been selling the Pixel 6a which has yet to be officially announced
Surely Google will seek to lock the phones just as it did with the Pixel 7 Pro prototype that was sold. And the manufacturer would be well within its rights to do so. The Pixel 6a will be equipped with a 6.1-inch OLED display with a 1080 x 2400 resolution screen. That works out to an aspect ratio of 20:9 and the display will refresh at 60Hz which was the standard refresh rate for smartphones a few years ago.
Under the hood, we should find the same 5nm Google Tensor chipset built by Samsung that is used to power the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. The mid-ranger will sport 6GB of power-efficient LPDDR5 memory along with 128GB of storage (UFS 3.1).
The Pixel 6a will receive three Android updates and five years of Android security updates
On the back, the Pixel 6a will feature a primary camera with a 12.2MP sensor, and a second camera (this one ultra-wide) backed by a 12.2MP sensor. The front-facing hole-punch selfie snapper features a sensor weighing in at 8MP. As usual, the star of the show will be Google’s photo production capabilities. The 4410mAh battery will charge at 18W. The phone will come out of the box with Android 12 pre-installed.
Color options for the Pixel 6a include Sage, Chalk, and Charcoal. Since there aren’t multiple configuration choices to pick from (6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage is the only option available) the process of buying the phone might seem easier, especially with just one price to remember. For example, in the states, the Pixel 6a will cost $449.