See which countries will receive Google Pixel 6a

13 countries get the model during startup and Brazil is not one of them.

Released on July 28, the Pixel 6a will receive a different reception than its predecessor, the Pixel 5a, which was released only in the United States and Japan. Now, a new version of Google’s mid-range product family will reach more countries in the future, including India. Check the list:

  • US
  • Canada
  • Germany
  • United Kingdom
  • Ireland
  • France
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • Japan
  • Australia
  • Singapore
  • Taiwan

Although India is not on the list above, it has already been confirmed to receive the device, but no official announcement has yet been made, possibly due to the fact that the company is still working to disclose prices to that market.

From outside Brazil… once again

While there were good expectations for the official launch of the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro flagships on Brazilian soil, nothing happened. Nor does it differ from the “A” series: anything about the device in Brazil. Not at least during startup.

However, it is still possible that the model will be released here in the future, but given Google’s history, there is reason to be a little skeptical. Tecmundo has a special video that explains the theme and promises of this story. See below:

The Pixel 6a was unveiled as the cheapest option in the line of smartphones, but still retains a powerful Tensor processor and design reminiscent of the brand’s high-end mobile phone. However, the new model brings differences to the display, battery life and rear camera, which has only 12 MP in the main sensor.

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