Pre-orders for the Google Pixel 6a are now available in India, with prices starting at Rs 43,999. At Google’s I/O conference in May, the Pixel 6a was unveiled. With the release of the Pixel 6a, Pixel phones are once again available in India. The Pixel 4a, which debuted in India in 2020, was the most recent Pixel gadget. Additionally, the Pixel Buds Pro will be available in India for Rs 19,990. These will start to be sold publicly on July 28. The Pixel 6a’s price, launch specials, and other important information are described here.
Google Pixel 6a cost and release date in India
The official MRP for the Pixel 6a is Rs 43,999. For those who have an Axis Bank card, the cost would be Rs 39,999 during the pre-booking period. Holders of Axis Bank credit cards are eligible for a Rs. 4000 rebate. On July 28, the phone will be made available for purchase. In addition, Google will give exchange bonuses of up to Rs 6,000 for Pixel devices and a few other brands of smartphones, or Rs 2,000 for any other smartphone.
When purchasing the new Pixel phone, those who choose to get a Nest Hub Gen2, Pixel Buds A Series, or Fitbit Inspire 2 can do so for Rs 4,999 each. A three-month trial of Google One and YouTube Premium are included with the Pixel 6a. In the meantime, Flipkart in India will start selling the Pixel Buds Pro on July 28 for Rs 19,990.
Specifications for the Google Pixel 6a
The 6.1-inch FHD+ OLED screen on the Pixel 6a has a refresh rate of 60Hz. The Pixel 6a is available in Charcoal and Chalk when it launches in India. The phone’s back features the same horizontally positioned camera module as the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro models.
The Tensor GS101 chipset that powers the Pixel 6 series is also used in the Pixel 6a. It will include 128GB of storage and 6GB of RAM. A 12MP option and a 12MP ultra-wide camera are combined in the back’s primary camera. It has an 8MP front camera. The Pixel camera now has a number of software-based camera functions like Magic Eraser and Nightsight. The phone comes pre-installed with Android 12 and has a 4410 mAh battery that supports fast charging.
Additionally, the smartphone includes Google’s Titan M2 processor for hardware-level security. Other Pixel-specific software capabilities like the Recorder, Live Caption, and Live Translate are also included. Additionally, it has an adaptive battery that, according to Google, is a first for Pixel phones and can run for more than 24 hours2 and up to 72 hours when in the Extreme Battery Saver mode. The impending Android 13 update will be one of the first to reach the Pixel 6a.
Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) and a special ear shape on Google’s Pixel Buds Pro guarantee the ideal fit. With active noise cancellation switched on, the Pixel Buds Pro may be used for up to 7 hours while charging wirelessly and for up to 11 hours of listening time.