A Pixel 6a official render has surfaced with less than 30 minutes to the start of I/O 2022.

The twin-camera (12.2MP dual pixel wide, 12MP ultrawide) array on the Pixel 6a is arranged in a pill-like fashion in the image published by Evan Blass on tweeted . The back camera can shoot videos in up to 4K resolution at 60 frames per second and supports Magic Eraser, Real Tone, and Face Unblur.

Everything else appears to be less angular and more rounded, but otherwise it looks like the smaller Pixel 6.

There is a 6.1-inch, 60Hz, 20:9 display with always-on display (AOD) support, and it is only covered by Gorilla Glass 3. Bezels are a little bit thicker. As we previously mentioned, it has a Google Tensor chip, 6GB of RAM, and Titan M2 for security. A fingerprint sensor is present underneath the display, meanwhile.

The 4,306mAh battery is rated for more than 24 hours of battery life (with rapid charging available) or up to 72 hours with Extreme Battery Saver. Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) and 6E (6GHz) with MIMO and Bluetooth 5.2 with twin antennas for improved quality and connectivity are other noteworthy specifications. There are two microphones and dual speakers.

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