Close on the heels of a July 21 launch rumor and price leak, Google has officially confirmed the Pixel 6a sale, pricing, and pre-booking details. The new Pixel will go on sale on July 28, 2022, through Flipkart. However, you can pre-order it by paying ₹39,999. Meanwhile, the MRP of Pixel 6a is ₹43,999. The company has also disclosed the pre-booking offers. So, let’s not waste any time and check out everything we know about the Google Pixel 6a’s India launch.

Google Pixel 6a Price And Availability

Pixel 6a Price and Availability

You can pre-order a Google Pixel 6a from July 21 at a starting price of ₹39,999 (MRP ₹43,999) in India. The phone will go on sale through Flipkart from July 28 onwards.  

Google Pixel 6A India Launch Offers

Pixel 6a

● A limited-time instant discount of ₹4,000 on Axis Bank Cards and EMI

● An exchange discount of ₹6,000 against any Pixel device and some other select smartphones, or a ₹2,000 exchange offer on any other smartphone. This is also a limited-time offer.  

● You can snag the Nest Hub Gen2, Pixel Buds A Series, and Fitbit Inspire 2 at ₹4,999 if purchased with the Pixel 6a. Again, a limited period offer.  

● Google is also bundling Pixel 6a with a 3-month trial of YouTube Premium and Google One.

Also check out the key details of Pixel 6a and Pixel Buds Pro (launching in India on July 28 via Flipkart), as described by Google in its press release:

From exceptional camera features to speech recognition to security you can trust, the Pixel 6a comes  with powerful features — thanks to Google Tensor. Pixel 6a includes a dual rear camera setup – the  main lens and an ultrawide lens. The camera is built to be versatile and adapt to your needs with  features and technologies such as Night Sight, which makes low-light photography a breeze, Magic  Eraser in Google Photos that makes distractions disappear, and Real Tone, which authentically  represents all skin tones. Pixel’s interface, Material You, also enables you to extensively personalise the  look and feel of your phone.  

Pixel 6a comes with highly accurate speech recognition features including Recorder, Live Caption, and  Live Translate. It also comes with an Adaptive Battery that can last over 24 hours and up to 72 hours when in the Extreme Battery Saver mode — a first for Pixel phones. Pixel 6a is built with an extra layer of  hardware security in Google Tensor, which works with the Titan M2 security chip to give you the peace  of mind that your sensitive data is safe. 

In India, Pixel 6a is available in two classic, yet modern colours – Charcoal and Chalk. The smartphone will be available in a single storage variant with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. Pixel 6a will receive  five years of security updates, alongside the latest features and updates, introduced by Google. Pixel 6a will also be among the first Android devices to receive the upcoming Android 13 update.  

Google is also expanding its earbuds offerings with Pixel Buds Pro, a perfect companion to the Pixel phone. Pixel Buds Pro will be available for purchase on Flipkart in India starting July 28, at an MRP of  ₹19,990. 

Google Pixel Buds Pro

These premium earbuds create a quiet foundation so your music can shine. Active Noise Cancellation  with Silent Seal adapts to your unique ear shape, and the earbuds fit in your ear canal to maximize the  amount of noise blocked. Pixel Buds Pro brings full and rich sound at any level with Volume EQ, dynamically adapting to your listening volume and making subtle tweaks to the frequency curve.  

Use Transparency mode for the moments when you don’t want to be fully immersed, like when running  or crossing streets. Pixel Buds Pro processes a wide range of frequencies with low latency to keep the  audio sounding natural and in sync. Pixel Buds Pro charges wirelessly and gives you up to 11 hours of  listening time or up to 7 hours with Active Noise Cancellation turned on.

Google unveiled the Pixel 6a and Pixel Buds Pro earlier this year at I/O as part of its hardware portfolio announcements. 

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