Google has issued a new update for the Pixel 6a, which is now available in stores to purchase. The update appears to include the June patch.
While the Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro are truly excellent phones, the in-display fingerprint sensor left a lot to be desired. Google doesn't seem to be making that same mistake with the Pixel 6a.
Prior to its official market release this week, the Google Pixel 6a was disassembled, revealing a good repairability rating.
Claims are out about Google's new Pixel 6a and its fingerprint sensor. The claims say it does not work properly and opens for fingers that are not registered to work with the device.
So many phones use all-new (and expensive) parts in their cameras, but still can't take a picture as well as the latest budget phone from Google.
The Pixel 6a is now official in India, but it costs an exorbitant ₹43,999. Here's why it won't sell well in the country.
Amazon has already made the phone's listing live on its website a day before pre-orders officially kick off.
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