According to the rumors and the "leaks" online, Google might be releasing its low-budget phone Pixel 6s this spring at about the time when it hosts its annual developer's conference.
Though Google has not made any revelations or announcements about the conference yet, it is expected to be happening coming May, either in-person or through virtual means.
It has been rumored that the Pixel 6a will be launching alongside the heavily rumored Pixel Watch and a low-end Chromecast with Google TV.
The rumors suggest that the Pixel 6a is expected to have a 6.2-inch display and the screen refresh rate capped at 60Hz. Its predecessor Pixel 5a has a screen refresh rate of 120 Hz and also has a slightly bigger screen. However, the lower refresh rate could be for better battery life.
But the Google Pixel 6a could have a homemade Tensor chip like its flagship counterpart. It’s unclear how much ability the processor will have, but it’s likely to be tweaked so the Pixel 6a can perform some of the Pixel 6’s marquee features, like its impressive on-device language processing.