Google I/O developer conference is coming, so some users speculated that Google will launch hardware products at the conference. The well-known tipster Jon Prosser claims that Google plans to release the Pixel 6a phone on July 28, followed by the rumored Pixel Watch and the new Pixel 7/Pro phones in October.
The names of Google Pixel 6a and Pixel Watch have previously appeared in the inventory system of a US carrier and are expected to be released soon. Carrier data shows that the Pixel Watch, codenamed “Rohan”, comes in gray, black and gold colors, will be equipped with 32GB of storage space, and will also feature cellular connectivity.
The information previously revealed that the watch uses a circular bezel-less display with only one crown button on the side. It is reported that the Pixel 6a, codenamed “Bluejay”, comes in black, white and green versions, with a storage capacity of 128GB.
Google I/O ’22 👇
From what I understand, Google will officially be announcing the Pixel 6a + “teasing” the Pixel Watch.
Pixel 6a launch (in most markets) pushed to July 28th.
Pixel Watch will be formally announced and launched with Pixel 7 and 7 Pro in October. pic.twitter.com/IwwRX2pZtR
— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) March 24, 2022
It was previously reported that the Pixel 6a may feature a 6.2-inch OLED, an embedded fingerprint scanner, and Google’s Tensor chipset, like the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. The camera department will reportedly feature a 12.2MP Sony IMX363 primary sensor and a 12MP Sony IMX355 ultra-wide camera.