The eagerly awaited Pixel 6a has been debuted in Indian markets by Google India. Flipkart is the only place where you can pre-order the smartphone. The Google Pixel 6a will also be offered for purchase in India starting on July 28. It is important to note that the smartphone’s pre-order date and release date both fall within the window for its international debut. Google also announced the Pixel Buds Pro alongside the Pixel 6a in India, and they will be available for purchase starting on July 28.
Google began accepting pre-orders for the Pixel 6a yesterday, with the formal launch of the device set for July 28. Since it employs the same Tensor SoC as the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro while being less expensive than both of them, the Pixel 6a represents an intriguing departure for the “a” brand and was first unveiled back in May.
Today is your lucky day if you’ve ever wanted to have a look inside a Pixel 6a since YouTube channel PBK Reviews has done just that for you to enjoy on video. The new phone is disassembled step-by-step, exposing every internal component.
The fact that the equipment in question arrived at the customer’s location with the camera lens bezel and the back plate scraped and dented is a very unpleasant surprise to begin with. Fortunately, the screen was undamaged because it was covered by a paper sheet, but there had clearly been a serious lack of quality control at the manufacturing.
The removal of the screen, which is the initial stage of disassembly, reveals that the fingerprint sensor is affixed to the display panel. The Pixel 6a has a sizable piece of graphite within for heat transmission, making it simpler than with prior Pixels to remove the battery. Following that, the main board must be removed for repairs because the USB-C port is soldered to it. The good news is that this smartphone actually contains a proximity sensor, which is welcome news for users of mid-range smartphones. To learn more about the specifics and factors that contributed to the item’s repairability rating of 7/10, watch the video up above.
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How To Pre-Order The Google Pixel 6a In India?
Going to Flipkart, where they will see a banner for the smartphone on the home screen, would allow interested customers to pre-order the most recent Pixel 6a. The Pixel 6a microsite, which has all the information on the smartphone, will open when the banner is clicked or touched. Choose “Pre-order now” from the microsite’s menu at the top to place your order for the gadget directly from the product page. Customers must pay the full price of the smartphone, which is Rs. 43,999 (6/128GB), excluding discounts, to reserve a Pixel 6a unit prior to the device’s availability on July 28, 2022.
Launch offers for Google’s Pixel 6a in India
- Instant discount of Rs 4,000 on Axis Bank Cards and EMI (limited time offer).
- Rs 6,000 off on exchange of any Pixel device and other select smartphone models, or Rs 2,000 off on exchange of any other smartphone (limited time offer)
- Nest Hub Gen 2, Pixel Buds A Series, and Fitbit Inspire 2 are available at Rs 4,999 when purchased along with the Pixel 6a (limited time offer)
- Pixel 6a comes with a three-month trial of YouTube Premium and Google One
Pixel 6a overview
Earlier this year, during the I/O conference, the Google Pixel 6a was unveiled. The phone is equipped with Google’s Tensor, the main chip used in the company’s Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro devices. Aside from 128GB of storage, the Pixel 6a has 6GB of RAM. When using the gadget, users can interact with it via a 6.14-inch FHD+ display with a 60Hz refresh rate. The smartphone includes a dual camera arrangement (12.2 MP + 12 MP) on the back, and an 8 MP selfie camera is located on the front. The smartphone is anticipated to have flagship-grade performance and photography quality, similar to the previous Pixel A series devices.
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