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Google Announces The Pixel 6A Equipped With Their Tensor Chipset

by Victoria Marian Belmis / May 12, 2022 11:10 AM EDT
Pixel 6A

Google has officially revealed the Pixel 6A, outfitted with the company's new design language and equipped with a custom chipset while keeping the 5A's $449 price tag. The model was announced among other devices that Google unveiled during its I/O developer conference.

The Pixel 6A uses a similar design trend to the 6 and 6 Pro set with a raised horizontal camera bump and a two-tone body. Its fingerprint sensor is below the screen rather than on the back panel. Size-wise, 6A is more compact than the previous 2 models, with a slightly smaller 6.1-inch OLED 1080p display. Its standard 60Hz refresh rate makes it an acceptable offer among midrange phones.

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In terms of the camera, the specs of 6A are less robust than the flagship 6 and 6 Pro (deviating from the previous A-series phones which offered the same camera hardware as their pricier options). The Pixel 6A contains a 12-megapixel main rear camera with optical image stabilization that's more similar to the hardware used by the 5A. It also has a 12-megapixel ultrawide and the front camera uses 8-megapixel.

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Though the Pixel 6A comes with a smaller 4,400mAh battery than the 5A, Google still claims it will last a full day just like its predecessor. This expands to three days when using the Extreme Battery Saver mode, a full day longer than claimed prior for the 5A. 

Customers will have to wait a bit, however, as the 6A won't ship until July 28th, but preorders will begin a week earlier on July 21st. A single storage configuration of 128GB with 6GB RAM will be available. Compared to 5A's market launches limited to US and Japan, the 6A will be available in a lot more places, including Canada, the UK, Australia, Germany, and France. A full list of countries where it will be sold can be checked at the Google Store.

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