Google Pixel 6a is having private testing in India

Google Pixel 6a is having private testing in India

Breaking news and rumours about the upcoming Google Pixel 6a smartphone have been circulating the internet for quite some time. The device will most likely debut on the global market during the next Google I/O 2022, which begins on May 11th. While there is no news on whether the Google Pixel 6a will launch in India, another report claims that another Pixel-series phone is now undergoing private testing in the nation, which might be the Google Pixel 6a.

Google Pixel 6a is having private testing in India

The debut of the Google Pixel 6a in India has been teased

Another Google Pixel phone is already undergoing private testing in India, according to insider Mukul Sharma (stuff listings). Although he is unsure of the device’s name, it is possible that it is the Google Pixel 6a.

Details about the Google Pixel 6a (expected)

According to previous accreditation posts, Google Pixel 6a will be available in four models: GX7AS, GB17L, G1AZG, and GB62Z. The Google Pixel 6a is rumoured to include a smaller 6.2-inch FHD+ show with a 90Hz refresh rate and an in-display unique finger imprint scanner, according to the specifications. The device will be controlled by the company’s Tensor CPU, which will be paired with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.

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In terms of the device’s battery, the Google Pixel 6a is rumoured to include a 4,500mAh battery with support for 20W+ rapid charging. In terms of programming, the Google Pixel 6a will ship with Android 12 pre-installed, but it won’t be long until users receive the most recent Android 13. According to another claim, the Google Pixel 6a will also offer face recognition.

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