Google Pixel 6a Retail Box Leak Reveals Official Design

The Pixel 6a's previous leaks might be true!


Google I/O, the company’s annual developer conference will be held on May 11-12 this year. The California based giant is anticipated to demonstrate Android 13’s new features at the event, which will be available on Pixel and Android handsets later this year.

The Pixel 6 series, which includes two smartphones: the Pixel 6 and the Pixel 6 Pro, has already made its global premiere. A new live image of the Pixel 6a’s retail packaging suggests that Google is almost ready to debut the smartphone. Let’s take a closer look at the design, features, and all we know so far about the Pixel 6a.

Google Pixel 6a Design Tipped

While the picture doesn’t reveal anything new about the Pixel 6a, it does reaffirm what we already know about it. There’s no clear way to determine whether the shared image is legit, however, it does look quite plausible.

Pixel 6a

You can also spot two cameras on the device’s rear, hidden within its camera strip. Going by the image, there’s a high possibility that the rear of the black phone depicted on the box is made of glass, but it might glossy plastic. The sides might be made of plastic or metal with a coating, however, prior speculations suggested an all-plastic design.

On the right, we may spot the volume up and down controls along with the power button. The Google logo is centred at the top, with the phrase Pixel 6a just beneath it. The Pixel 6a’s design differs significantly from the Pixel 5a but is in line with the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro.

That said, the source does not have any previous proven track record for Pixel related leaks and hence we recommend taking this piece of information with a pinch of salt. We may not have to wait long before Google unveils the Pixel 6a at its developer conference in two weeks.