Yesterday at the Google I/O, the much anticipated Google Pixel 7a was launched followed by the Google Pixel Fold, the Google Pixel Tab and other devices. So, after the launch of Pixel 7a, its predecessor Pixel 6a faced a major fall in its price.
The Pixel 6a was launched in India at a price of ₹43,999. But after the launch of 7a, users can now grab the Pixel 6a from Flipkart at a price as low as ₹499 after applying all possible offers.
Let’s have a look at what offers Flipkart has to offer for the Google Pixel 6a
Flipkart offers on Pixel 6a
On Flipkart, the sale price of Google Pixel 6a is ₹27,999. But, except for this massive discount, if you have a SBI credit card then you will get an added ₹750 discount on it. This would bring the price down to ₹27,249. That is not all, there is more to offer. You can additionally exchange your old smartphone and get a discount of up to ₹26,750 on the phone. But that would also depend on the model and condition of your old smartphone and accordingly the exchange value will be calculated.
If this offer entices you to buy the Pixel 6a, then of course you would like to know its specifications before jumping in. So, let’s have an overview of the specifications that this phone offers.
Pixel 6a specifications
The Pixel 6a comes with a 6.1-inch full HD+OLED HDR display with 2400 x 1080p resolution. The smartphone still runs on Android 12, but it is rumoured to be one of the first phones that would get an android 14 update. Also Google’s in-house Tensor chipset powers up the phone. Talking about RAM and storage, this phone offers 6GB RAM+128GB storage.
Coming to the camera, Pixel 6a has a dual rear camera of 12MP primary sensor and 12MP ultrawide sensor. Along with this comes a 8MP front camera. This phone is packed with a 4,306mAh battery and is supported by an 18W charger but not a fast charging one. Also, the phone has a IP67 rating, which denotes that the phone can survive underwater up to 1 metre and for almost half an hour.
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