The Google Pixel 6a is equipped with a Tensor processor and is a good mid-range phone. However, Google also launched the Pixel 6 earlier, and some consumers may have a choice entanglement when both the phones are of similar looks and specifications.
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Google officially launched a video to help consumers compare the differences between the two mobile phones and help consumers choose the best one for their needs. So to receive, Google first talked about the common features of both mobile phones in the video.
Both the Pixel 6 and 6a are equipped with Tensor processors, support 5G high-speed networks, and have built-in Titan M2 chips that support instant translation functions. View Mode, Magic Eraser, and Face Clear Mode.
So what is the difference between the two phones?
The Pixel 6a’s 6.1-inch screen supports only a 60Hz refresh rate, while the Pixel 6’s 6.4-inch screen supports a 90Hz refresh rate. The main camera of the Pixel 6 uses a 50MP sensor and supports more functions, making the camera work better.
The Pixel 6a supports IP67 dust and water resistance, while the Pixel 6 supports a higher level of IP68 dust and water resistance. In terms of fast charging, the Pixel 6a supports 18W wired fast charging, while the Pixel 6 supports wired and wireless charging up to 21W.
Furthermore, the Pixel 6a is only available in 6GB+128GB versions, while the Pixel 6 is available in 8GB+128GB and 8GB+256G versions.