If the renders are spot-on, you can expect the same horizontal camera bump, a two-tone color scheme on the back, and a hole-punch camera in the middle of the display.
The OLED display is rumored to measure 6.2 inch inches. According to GSMArena, it may actually be an AMOLED display. The fingerprint sensor is rumored to be underneath the display, like on the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro.
With the Pixel 5a, Google used a Snapdragon 765G 5G chip. The Pixel 6 and 6 Pro use Google’s first custom Tensor chip for faster AI and machine learning applications. What will the Pixel 6a use? A tensor or a Snapdragon chip?
The two biggest questions remaining are when the phone is launching and for how much. The last two Pixel A-series phones launched in the summertime; an August 2022 date for the rumored Pixel 6a would fit. As for the price, it’ll probably be less than the Pixel 6, which starts at $599. But will it be more than the Pixel 5a’s $449 price?