After the officialization of the Google Pixel 6, the lighter versions of the flagship of the technological giant are gradually being revealed. And as one might expect, the surprise is no longer really there.

The Google Pixel 6 has been official for a few weeks now, and as you might expect, the Pixel 6a will benefit from much the same technical characteristics. Now accustomed to “series a”, GAFAM could present its new smartphone with a simplified technical sheet within a few months, probably in the course of the year 2022. Thanks to several 3D renderings and new leaks shared by OnLeaks and 91Mobiles, we already know what the Pixel 6a will look like.

Seven differences game

If we are to believe the latest leaks, the Google Pixel 6a should play elbows with their big brothers. Physically first, we will find at the rear the two-tone finish and the original photo module which are the particularity of Google’s latest smartphone.

Under the hood on the other hand, the Pixel 6a will stand out slightly from its predecessor, while staying within what is expected of it. We should thus find a 6.2-inch OLED screen, a selfie camera housed in a punch, a fingerprint scanner under the screen, a double rear photo module, 128 GB of storage and 6 or 8 GB of RAM depending on the chosen version. Camera details have yet to be leaked, but we can already expect the Google Pixel 6’s sensor to make an appearance on the Model 6a. On the processor side, however, Google could rely on a mid-range chipset from Qualcomm, but nothing has been done yet. It must be said that the time would also be right to formalize a light version of its Tensor house chip, whose high-end model currently equips its Pixel 6.

See you in a few months to have the end of the story. We recall that the previous Pixel 5a was only released last August, which suggests that Google should wait a little longer before officially presenting its next smartphone to us.

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