Evan Blass tweeted and posted a picture of Pixel 6a with its dual-camera (12.2MP dual-pixel wide and Ultrawide 12MP) array, which is oblong. Magic Eraser, Real Tone, and Face Unblur are supported, and there’s an option for up to 4K60FPS capture on the back camera.
In other ways, it’s similar to the Pixel 6, which is smaller. Pixel 6, though everything seems less sharp and more rounded.
The display is a 6.1-inch 60Hz display with a 20:9 aspect ratio, which is protected by Gorilla Glass 3, while there’s always-on display (AOD) support. The bezels are bigger and more robust. The Google Tensor chip powers it; as we have reported, it has 6GB of RAM and Titan M2 security. There’s also an in-display fingerprint scanner.
The battery, which is 4,306mAh (with rapid charging available), is rated to have “over 24 hours of battery life,” which can last up to 72hrs using Extreme Battery Saver. Other noteworthy specs comprise Wireless-Fi (802.11ax) as well as 6E (6GHz), which comes with MIMO along with Bluetooth 5.2, which has “dual antennas to improve connectivity and quality.” The device has two microphones and stereo speakers.