Google started production of mid-budget smartphones Pixel 6a

Google has begun mass production of the Pixel 6a in several Asian countries. This once again confirms the fact that its announcement will take place very soon.

The smartphone will belong to the category of mid-budget. From the leaks we know that the novelty will get 6.2-inch OLED-display with a refresh rate of 90 Hz. The processor will act Tensor, the amount of RAM will be 6 GB. Battery capacity - 4800 mAh + 33-watt fast charging. The main camera will be dual, with both sensors at 12 megapixels.

Google Pixel 6a
Google Pixel 6a

 

According to insider Mukul Sharma, the novelty will be released not only for the U.S. market, Europe and Japan. This time, the device will also appear in some Asian markets.

According to rumors, Google may unveil the Pixel 6a at the annual developer conference I/O on May 11, or at a separate event on May 26.

 

 

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