There might be months before Google Pixel 6a comes out but a new aluminum dummy has landed on the web that reveals the design of the unreleased Google smartphone. The said leak is courtesy of Fathom Bracelets in collaboration with the leaker David Kowalski (xleaks7).
While Fathom Bracelets is certainly a bracelet website, it has released smartphone dummies in the past, including the OnePlus 10 Pro, again in collaboration with xleaks7.
Now speaking of the Pixel 6a leaked design, the aluminum dummy carries a similar wide camera bump of Pixel 6 that stretches horizontally and touches both the edges. As per rumors, the device is going to have a dual-camera setup at the back.
The aluminum dummy looks similar to the design we have seen in Pixel 6a renders leaked in the past. That being said, it surely gives us an idea of how the device would feel like during a real-life hands-on.
The budget-focused Pixel 6a is expected to arrive sometime in the summer of next year. We can expect it to have the latest Tensor SoC with at least 6GB of RAM. On the front, Pixel 6a is also expected to carry a punch-hole camera and an in-display fingerprint sensor. But we hope it doesn’t run into issues like the regular Pixel 6. Anyway, stay tuned for more updates on the Pixel 6a.