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Google announces launch of Google Pixel 5a in August with several amazing features on its way

Good news for the people who have been waiting for the next smartphone launch of Google’s Pixel series for a long time as Google has decided to launch the Google Pixel 5a in India in August. Best in looks and features, this smartphone will offer an amazing experience to smartphone users. It has been said that the sale of Google Pixel 5a would begin in India from September. Apart from this, rumors are also spreading that soon Google will also launch its Pixel 6 Series smartphones, although this has not been officially confirmed yet by Google.

Features offered by Google Pixel 5a:

Google Pixel 5a, brings many amazing features including a powerful processor. Although this is just an assumption as no information about the features has been officially confirmed by Google, but it is being speculated that the Google Pixel 5a will give users the facility to watch their favorite videos in the 6.2-inch Full HD + OLED display whose display refresh rate can be 90 Hz or 120 Hz.

Apart from this, the phone might also have the latest Android 12 operating system and powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G 5G processor, but the exact features Google has added to this smartphone will be known only after the phone will launch in the market. Furthermore, 6 GB RAM and 128 GB storage space will also be given with Google Pixel 5a, as well as users will also get around 20W fast charging support. On the other hand, if you are fond of taking selfies, then let me tell you that the phone will also offer dual selfie camera.

Price of Google Pixel 5a:

Talking about the price, it is believed that Google Pixel 5a can be bought in India for 30 thousand rupees. Apart from Google Pixel 5a, other companies including OnePlus, Samsung will also launch smartphones in India soon, but other smartphones will be cheaper than Google Pixel 5a, due to which this smartphone will have to face a lot of competition in Indian smartphone market.

Riya

Riya is a technology enthusiast and an avid researcher. She writes about consumer tech, hacking, and technology consumer issues at TheDigitalHacker.
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