Google will continue the “A” series of mid-range phones in 2022, with the next model scheduled to appear in May, according to new rumors. Google used to announce these devices at the annual Google I / O conference, which was not the case last year. The tradition will continue in 2022 with Pixel 6a, which will benefit from an interesting configuration, which will combine the best elements of Pixel 6 with elements of older models, for a cheaper phone, which does not compromise the “Pixel” experience.
Google could use the same Tensor processor on the Pixel 6a
Rumor has it that the Pixel 6a will be very similar in design and even performance to the standard Pixel 6 models. It will benefit from a Google Tensor processor, the same one that the company launched on the 6 and 6 Pro models. The 6.2 ”OLED screen will also be similar to the“ standard ”model, and the shape will be largely the same, with a viewfinder covering the back from left to right.
One item that will not be upgraded will be the main camera, which will remain based on a Sony IMX363 sensor, which we also met on the Pixel 5 range. The only hardware upgrade in terms of cameras will be the ultra-wide sensor, which is now a Sony IMX386, just like the Pixel 6. It could also be the first Pixel “a” without a headphone jack.
Pixel 6A scheduled for May
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Even if the Pixel 6a doesn’t have a much improved camera, the photo quality could increase thanks to the Tensor processor, which comes with improved performance on the AI processing side, which can process photos faster.
We will most likely find out official information about Pixel 6a in the spring. Google has not yet announced whether it will hold the I / O event, where Android 13 will also debut in person, or whether it will broadcast it live, as happened in 2021.
source: Android Police
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