Last weekend, the Pixel 6a was first leaked. Its first images of Google’s upcoming mid-range have surfaced for the first time, confirming its early details, like its Pixel 6-based design or the lack of the 3.5mm headphone jack, but there are still plenty left. unknowns to solve.

One of those unknowns that remains to be discovered is the Pixel 6a’s processor and cameras, due to the design of the camera module it looked like it was going to repeat the Pixel 6’s sensors, but according to Google’s source code. Camera would not. …

The Pixel 6a would have the same cameras as the Pixel 3-5a

As discovered by 9to5Google, in the source code of the Pixel camera app hides a reference to an unknown Pixel whose internal name is “Bluejay” informs that it will have a Sony IMX363 12.2 megapixel main sensor and not the GN1 sensor Pixel 6’s 50-megapixel camera. Thus, the Pixel 6a would have the same main rear camera as the one we found from the Pixel 3 to the Pixel 5a.

The Pixel 6’s GN1 sensor is physically larger than the IMX363, capturing more light and detail in images, as well as higher resolution images. Maybe Google will compensate for the Pixel 6a’s lower sensor with machine learning.

The rest of the Pixel 6a’s sensors would be the same as the Pixel 6. It would have the same 12-megapixel IMX386 sensor for its wide-angle camera and the 8-megapixel IMX355 sensor for its front camera.

IMX363 12.2 megapixel (main) IMX386 12 megapixel (wide) IMX355 8 megapixel (front)

On the processor side, according to 9to5Google research they were able to discover that the Pixel 6a will have the same Google Tensor GS101 chip as the Pixel 6, with which Google’s mid-range would benefit from camera functions such as Super Res Zoom, HDR in real time, voice dictation from the Google Assistant or translations on the device.

Via | 9to5Google
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