Google Pixel 6a Serial Production Reportedly Starts in Several Asian Countries, Could Launch Soon

The Google Pixel is likely to feature a Tensor chipset.

The Google Pixel 6a has been in the news for a solid few months now. The water-down version of the widely popular Google Pixel 6a launch is around the corner. Over the past few weeks, the Pixel 6a was spotted on FCC, the retail image was leaked, the launch timeline was tipped, and the device was even spotted on the Geekbench website. Now, a new leak has revealed that the Pixel 6a is one step closer to the official launch.

As per tipster Mukul Sharma, the Google Pixel 6a serial production has begun in multiple Asian countries and he also says, the launch of the device seems imminent. In a couple of days, Google will be hosting its annual developer conference, Google I/O 2022 and the Pixel 6a is also rumoured to be one of the few hardware announcements at the event. However, there is no confirmation on the same yet.

Google Pixel 6a Serial Production

As per Mukul Sharma’s tweet, the Google Pixel 6a with support for NFC is now in the production phase, which means this is yet another solid proof that the device is almost ready to launch. In a response to his original tweet, Mukul said that the Asian countries include Indonesia, Singapore, and Malaysia. But,  India is unsure for now.

As for the specifications go, the Pixel 6a is expected to have a 12.2MP Sony IMX363 primary camera accompanied by a 12MP Sony IMX396 ultrawide camera setup on the rear. The phone is said to feature an 8MP Sony IMX355 selfie camera. It is tipped to come with a 6.2-inch Full HD+ OLED display on the front. The phone, like the Pixel 6 series will be powered by an in-house Tensor chipset.

According to the Geekbench listing, it will come with two Arm Cortex-X1 cores clocked at 2.80GHz, two Arm Cortex-A76 cores running at 2.25GHz, and four power-efficient cores clocked at 1.8GHz. The chipset will be paired with Mali-G78 GPU. Other expected features include 6GB RAM and Android 12 OS.


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