Google Pixel 6a appears in an unboxing video ahead of its release

Sagar, 04 June 2022

The Google Pixel 6a unveiled last month isn't hitting the shelves before July 28. But that didn't stop the smartphone from starring in an unboxing video uploaded on TikTok by user anjangz.

We are looking at the Charcoal version here, which is kept screen-side down in the package, with the display covered by a protective white sheet having labels for the controls, ports, and in-display fingerprint scanner.

The package also includes a USB-C cable and a USB-C adapter with a prominent "Google Tensor'' branding joined by a graphical chip illustration. Looks like Google really wants people to know what's powering the Pixel 6a and remember it every time they open the smartphone's box. You can watch the video clip below.

The Google Pixel 6a is built around a 6.1" FullHD+ 60Hz OLED screen protected by Gorilla Glass 3. It has a punch hole in the center for the 8MP selfie shooter and a fingerprint reader underneath for biometric authentication.

The horizontal bar on the rear houses an LED flash with two cameras - 12.2MP primary and 12MP ultrawide. The smartphone has 6GB RAM and 128GB storage and runs Android 12.

The rest of the Google Pixel 6a's highlights include stereo speakers, IP67 rating, 5G connectivity, and a 4,410 mAh battery with 18W charging. You can head this way to check the Pixel 6a's pricing in different regions.

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Reader comments

Who even uses Xiaomi's own MIUI when you could flash a custom ROM like Pixel Experience. That's the best thing about Xiaomi, they make bootloader unlocking very easy so that people can develop so many nice custom ROMs for it. And many...

  • Anonymous
  • 06 Jun 2022
  • 8r$

Yes.its Really looking thick and heavy. Then why they doesn't included 3.5mm headphone jack.. So poor from google

  • Dikkie
  • 06 Jun 2022
  • skp

Why ? Cupcake 😁 The Google pixel is faster , has Android 12 and is safe to use Your Xiaomi doesn't receive updates anymore So rush to the store and buy a safe Google ( or whatever ) modern phone

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