With Google I/O officially set for May 11-12 this year, we’ll have our first event hosted by the search giant. Google has announced the latest version of Android, along with new hardware, as is customary.
I/O this year will see the debut of the Pixel 6a, according to John Prosser, while the long-rumored Pixel Watch and Pixel 7 series will be unveiled at a separate event in October, according to the newest scoop.
Most markets will get the Pixel 6a on July 28th, according to Prosser. According to a new report, Google I/O will preview Pixel Watch, but the wearable device, as well as the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro, will be shown later this month.
Using the same design language as the Pixel 6 series, the Pixel 6a is believed to have a 6.2-inch OLED screen and a more compact form factor. At 12.2MP, the Sony IMX363 camera on the front of the phone, and at 12MP on the back of the phone, the phone will use the Tensor chipset.