Written by: Khaled Assem
Get to know the Google Pixel 6a phone
The Google Pixel 6a phone is the smallest phone among the various phones belonging to the same group, with a diameter of 6.1 inches compared to 6.4 inches in the Pixel 6 and 6.71 inches in the Pixel 6 Pro. It is an OLED screen that relies on a 20:9 ratio and has a ratio of about 83.0 percent of the front phone area, and the screen relies on a display resolution of 2400 x 1080 pixels with a density of 429 pixels per inch. The screen also supports HDR10 technology, but it is satisfied with a refresh rate of only 60 Hz.
The phone also includes the Titan M2 insurance and protection chip, which is characterized by the addition of many layers of protection to the phone and is used in the two largest and most expensive phones. And it works on the Android 12 operating system, the pure version, of course, which is supported by security updates for the next five years.
The new phone supports Pixel Shift and Auto-HDR technologies and supports 4K video shooting at 30/60 frames per second and 1080p at 30/60/120/240 frames per second, and it is supported by a rotary optical and electronic image stabilization, and the front camera of the phone has an accuracy of 8 megabytes. A pixel with an f/2.0 aperture with a pixel size of 1.12 μm, and it supports only 1080p video shooting at 30 frames per second.
The Google Pixel 6a phone relies on stereo headphones like the two higher phones and likewise it also lacks a 3.5 mm port and supports Wi-Fi 6a technologies, Bluetooth 5.2 and NFC wireless technology, and the phone battery has a capacity of 4410 mAh that supports 18W fast charging technology, It is less on the level of capacity and charging technology, and it also lacks the wireless charging technology available in the two larger phones, and Google says that the phone is able to work for a full 24 hours of normal use and up to 72 hours with the activation of the Extreme Battery Saver Mode.
Availability and price of the Google Pixel 6a phone
• The operating system, which was mentioned as the last system that accepts the smartphones mentioned in the article, is the system mentioned on the company’s official website at the time the article was written, and some smartphones may accept the upgrade to newer versions of operating systems.
• The prices of smartphones mentioned in this article are the prices listed in stores at the time of publishing the article, and prices change up and down according to the movement of the markets.