With the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro drawing in a lot of acclamations, it appears to be logical that we will indeed see a more reasonable adaptation of Google’s lead phone show up eventually – and it very well may be appearing sooner than ordinary.
According to the generally dependable Max Jambor, the Google Pixel 6a will make its bow in May 2022. That is around the hour of the yearly Google IO 2022 occasion, however Google hasn’t made the current year’s show official yet.
Just yesterday a different source recommended that the hotly anticipated Google Pixel Watch would get revealed on May 26, which makes us believe that these two bits of Google equipment could appear simultaneously.
The historical backdrop of the mid-range Pixels
To recap, the Pixel 5a (which just launched in the US and Japan) showed up in August 2021, the Pixel 4a 5G displayed in September 2020, and the Pixel 4a was reported in August 2020.
This time, the ‘a’ phone looks prone to launch prior – and it’s quite important that the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL made their introductions in May 2019. That leaves additional space to breathe from the primary lead launching later in the year obviously.
A May launch might demonstrate Google recuperating from the impacts of the pandemic on its stock chains, however we’ll need to keep a watch out how generally accessible the Pixel 6a really is as far as global business sectors once it appears.