The Google I/O Developer Conference is just around the corner, leading some to speculate whether Google will unveil hardware products at the conference.
Whistleblower @jon_PROSser claims that Google plans to unveil the Pixel 6A phone on July 28, followed by the rumored Pixel Watch, Google’s own smartwatch, and a new Pixel 7 / Pro phone in October.
Google’s Pixel 6A, Pixel Watch’s name has previously appeared on a U.S. carrier’s inventory system and is expected to be released soon.
Code-named “Rohan,” the Pixel Watch will come in gray, black and gold and will come with 32GB of storage and cellular connectivity, according to carrier data.
Earlier leaks revealed that the watch features a round bezel-less display with a single crown button on the side.
Code-named “Bluejay,” the Pixel 6A will come in black, white and green versions with 128GB of storage.
Previous leaks have suggested that the Pixel 6A could come with a 6.2-inch OLED, an embedded fingerprint scanner and Google’s Tensor chipset like the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. According to the report, the camera unit will be equipped with a 12.2MP SONY IMX363 main sensor and a 12MP SONY IMX355 ultra wide camera.