Google Pixel 6a listed on Geekbench with Tensor chip
There are plenty of leaks of an upcoming Pixel 6a due to launch sometime in the next months. The phone is expected to offer a similar look to the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro but with toned-down specs and a more compact form factor. Now, the rumored device appeared in a Geekbench listing confirming the presence of Google’s in-house Tensor chipset and 6GB RAM. The device boots Android 12 as expected and managed 1,050 single-core points and 2,833 points on the multi-core test. These scores are in-line with the other two Pixel 6 phones.
Pixel 6a is rumored to bring a 6.2-inch OLED display with an in-display fingerprint scanner. It’s believed to recycle the same basic design as the other two Pixel 6 phones but in a more compact frame coming in at 152.2 x 71.8 x 8.7mm. The camera department will reportedly feature a 12.2MP Sony IMX363 main sensor and a 12MP Sony IMX355 ultrawide shooter which will be housed in a visor setup.
- 09 Mar 2022
Yes because midrange is also divided into several tier, 6a would probably considered high-midend compared to lower midtier for realme... Funny fact is we don't even know how much 6a would cost (other than some guess). Even after we find out, if ...
- 08 Mar 2022
Yes, you make sacrifices with all midrange phones, but if the 6a and 9 Pro+ are both midrange phones, the 6a (going by the prices of the 4a 5G and 5a) is a lot more expensive.
- 08 Mar 2022
Pixel A series are never meant to be a flagship phone... It would cost less (I would guess around 500-550€) than most flagship (cost 700-800€ or more).. As far as I know, there is no 2022 flagship phones that cost less than 700€ atm. So I really coul...