Google Pixel 6a — 5 biggest rumors about Google’s next phone

This coming week could introduce us to the Google Pixel 6a, if rumors about Google’s launch plans for its next budget phone are to be believed. Google’s hosting its annual Google I/O developer conference starting on Wednesday (May 11), and a lot of Google watchers believe the Pixel 6a will be one of the stars of the event’s opening keynote.

Google Pixel 6a rumored specs

Screen size: 6.2-inch OLED
Refresh rate: 60Hz or 90Hz
CPU: Tensor
Rear cameras: 12MP main; 12MP ultrawide
Front camera: 8MP
Battery size: 4,800 mAh
Wired charging speed: 30W

Introducing a lower-cost version of its Pixel phone during a developer conference isn’t out of character for Google. After all, that’s where the original Pixel A-Series phone, the Pixel 3a, made its debut in 2019. And a number of signs have emerged strongly suggesting a phone launch is imminent, not the least of which is the Pixel 6a showing up recently at the FCC for regulatory approval.

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