Google Pixel 6a: Rumoured Specifications ahead of launch
While several of the Pixel 6’s features are expected to be included in the Google Pixel 6a, according to a source, one important feature could be left out.
This year, Google introduced the Pixel 6 series, and we now know more about the company’s upcoming phone, the Google Pixel 6a. While several of the Pixel 6’s features are expected to make their way onto Google’s next mid-range smartphone, the Pixel 6a, one key element could be left out, according to a rumour.
According to a fresh claim from 9To5Google, the Google Pixel 6a will use a 12.2MP Sony IMX363 main camera sensor, which is the same as the Pixel 3.
While some customers may have expected the Pixel 6a to provide a similar camera experience on a budget, this step backward may surprise Pixel 6a users.
The information is reported to have come from the most recent version of the Google Camera app, which has code referencing the IMX363 and provides insight into the Google Pixel 6a’s camera capabilities. The Pixel 6a is believed to have a 12.2 megapixel Sony IMX363 primary camera, as well as a 12 megapixel ultrawide camera and an 8 megapixel selfie camera.
Pixel devices have never been known to include the most up-to-date camera sensors in the past. However, the usage of AI (artificial intelligence) and software more than makes up for the absence of hardware in these devices.
The Pixel 6 broke the mould by including a lot of camera technology and a brand-new 50MP sensor. According to the rumour, this upgraded camera hardware may not make it to the Pixel 6a.
Google’s Tensor GS101 processor from the Pixel 6 is expected to power the Pixel 6a. We’ll have to wait a little longer for further information on the device.