After months of waiting, Google has announced the Pixel 6a, the company’s latest mid-range handset.

The handset is launching in ‘White,’ ‘Black,’ and ‘Green’ in the U.S. It’s launching at $449 ($582 CAD). The phone becomes available to pre-order in the U.S. on July 21st and comes out on July 28th. Google’s Pixel 6a will cost $599 in Canada (not much of a markup)m, according to the company’s website. We’re still waiting to confirm if the phone is launching the same day in the U.S.

Google says the Pixel 6a offers the same speed as the Pixel 6 Pro as its using the same Tensor processor and Titan M2 chip.

The Pixel 6a features a 6.1-inch OLED display with a centred hole-punch selfie camera and 60Hz refresh rate, and two 12-megapixel sensors (wide, and ultra-wide angle) on the Pixel 6-like visor. Additionally, it sports 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, an 8-megapixel shooter in the front, and a 4,410mAh battery.

You can also expect Pixel-exclusive features, including Night Sight, Real Tone, and Magic Eraser.

The Pixel 6a also sports a fingerprint scanner like the 6 Pro and 6, 5G connectivity and has five years of security updates.

More to come… 

Image credit: Google

Source: MobileSyrup

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