Everything You Should Know About Pixel 6A – A Worthy Buy

During Google’s I/O developer conference, the much-anticipated Pixel 6A mid-range smartphone was formally unveiled.

The Pixel 6A has the same look as the flagship Pixel 6 series from 2021, however, it will be a more affordable choice at $449.

The new smartphone will also be powered by the same proprietary Tensor Titan M2 technology found in the Pixel 6 variants.


The Pixel 6A will have the same elevated horizontal camera hump and two-tone chassis as the Pixel 6 series from last year.

To keep the pricing the same as its predecessor, Google had to make certain hardware cost savings.

Pixel 6A
These include a slower 60Hz refresh rate, a smaller 128GB storage capacity, the absence of wireless charging functionality, and a reduced weather resistance rating.

Unlike previous Pixel A-series smartphones, the back camera has been downsized to a dual 12MP setup.

Google has retained the same 8MP lens found on the base Pixel 6.

Another noteworthy difference between prior Pixel A-series smartphones is the absence of a 3.5mm headphone port.


The phone will go up against the Samsung A53, OnePlus Nord, and iPhone SE.

The Pixel 6A will be available for pre-order in the United States on July 21 and will begin shipping to stores on July 28.

Highlight Specifications of Pixel 6A

OS Android 12 (upgradeable to Android 13)
Display 6.1 inch 1,080 x 2,400 OLED, 60Hz refresh rate
CPU Google Tensor Titan M2
Storage 128GB
Rear camera 12.2MP main + 12MP ultrawide
Front camera 8MP
Connectivity 5G
Battery and charging 4,410mAh
18W wired charging
Dimensions and weight 152.2  x 71.8 x 8.9 mm (178g)
Colours Sage, Chalk, Charcoal
Price  $449


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