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Release 6a pixel renders; Google removes the headphone jack from its next device

انتشار رندرهای پیکسل 6a؛ گوگل جک هدفون را از میان‌رده بعدی‌اش حذف می‌کند

Google recently launched the Pixel 6 series handsets and is now apparently working on the Pixel 6a. A source in the market has released renderings of this smartphone, which announces a similar design with the other two devices in this series, but unlike previous Google interfaces, it does not mention the 3.5 mm headphone jack.

6a pixel renderings by user account OnLeaks Have been published and give us an overview of the next Google device. The company’s new phone has a more compact appearance and does not have a headphone jack. In general, the overall design language of the phone is the same as the 6-pixel series.

The Pixel 6a is a cheaper version of Google’s flagships and looks similar to the Pixel 6. The design of the main camera on the back panel is no different from Google’s flagships, and the same black bar that hosts the cameras and flash can be seen in this section.

On the front of the device, we see a hole in the screen to host a selfie camera. At the bottom of the smartphone are a USB-C port, speakers and a microphone.

There seems to be no fingerprint sensor on the outside of the device, which could mean that this scanner is under the phone display. The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro also use a sensor under the display.

It also looks like there’s no headphone jack in Google’s next midrange. Previous mid-range devices such as the Pixel 5a, Pixel 4a and Pixel 3a all use a headphone jack, and this will be Google’s first mid-range phone to be available without a 3.5mm headphone jack.

Google’s new pixel is smaller. It will measure 152.2 by 71.8 by 8.7 mm and will accommodate a 6.2-inch display. The device is smaller than the Pixel 6, which measures 158.6 by 74.8 by 8.9 mm and has a 6.4-inch display. We do not have any information about the release of Google’s new Pixel at the moment, but given that the company’s flagships have just been released, it is unlikely that we will see the introduction of a new phone any time soon.

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