Google is one company that seems to have a hard time keeping its future products under wraps. And it just so happens that the upcoming Pixel 6a has leaked. This will be a watered-down variant of the regular Pixel 6 which had launched earlier this year. And from the renders, we learn the device doesn’t have a headphone jack.
As for the source of the leak, it is the ever-so-reliable Steve Hemmerstoffer (@OnLeaks) who has shared the renders through 91Mobiles. We get to see the device from different angles thus knowing what to expect out of the device, at least on the design part. Here, take a look for yourself —
Google Pixel 6a Design and Details
Google Pixel 6a looks very similar to its higher-end siblings. It has a long protruding visor by the back holding two cameras and a flash module. Rest, by the back, there appears to be just a ‘G’ logo.
Flip to the front, and there is a central punch hole, flat edges, and a slightly thicker chin.
At the bottom, you’ve got a USB-C port, speaker grille, and a mic. The other mic is at the top. The left side has a SIM card tray, and by the right side, there’s a volume rocker and a power key.
By the looks of it, we think Google would be using an under-display fingerprint scanner on the Pixel 6a, just like the top trims.
Now, another absent feature is a 3.5mm headphone socket, which would make this the first Pixel A-series phone to ditch the beloved jack.
The leaks suggest, the device could measure 152.2 x 71.8. x 8.7mm in dimensions and sport a 6.2-inch screen on the front.
Well, that’s about it for now. We will be sharing more details about the forthcoming Pixel handset as and when we have them.