One of Google’s Pixel Superfans group’s recent promotional campaigns mentioned the Pixel 6a by name, though it’s not entirely clear if it actually shows an illustration of it. According to GSM Arena, members of the exclusive group received promotional materials, including a Nest Audio and a Google Hardware coloring book.
The book’s table of contents, pages 6-7, will allow users to color a Nest Thermostat and a Pixel 6a. Except that page 6 appears to show a Nest Hub and page 7 depicts a Nest Audio. No Pixel 6a was in sight. The good news is that users can also express their inner artist by coloring a virtual version of the book at colors.withgoogle.com.
There, on one of the pages, you’ll see what appears to be a Pixel 6. The next page shows the tall silhouette of the Nest Audio. Keep in mind that the Pixel 6 and 6a can be hard to tell apart. Renders suggest the 6a will look like a smaller version of the 6.
Even the mannequin looks the same with the visor camera bump, two lenses on the left, and an LED flash on the right. According to GSM Arena, the Pixel 6a is expected to launch in May with a smaller 6.2-inch OLED display, the same Tensor chipset, but an older camera setup using a pair of 12MP sensors. (ANI)
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