Pixel 6a was finally unveiled at the latest edition of Google’s annual developer’s conference.

The smartphone is a more affordable counterpart to the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro. 

The handset comes with Google’s home-brewed Tensor chip and has features almost similar to the previous phones with just a few compromises. 

Earlier this week, Google announced the US prices of the latest Pixel and we now have pricing and color options in more countries where Google intends to sell its latest smartphone. 

Google has confirmed that the Pixel 6a will be available for pre-order in the United States and Japan from July 21, however, the tech giant is yet to reveal sale dates for other countries. 

United States$449 JapanJPY 53,900 ($417) CanadaCAD 599 ($464) UKGBP 399 ($489) AustraliaAUD 749 ($519) IrelandEUR 459 ($477) GermanyEUR 459 ($477) FranceEUR 459 ($477) ItalyEUR 459 ($477) SpainEUR 459 ($477) SingaporeSGD 749 ($538) TaiwanNTD 13,990 ($469) 

The smartphone is also likely to make its debut in the Indian market too. Previous reports have suggested that the handset has already entered the private testing phase in India. 

The smartphone has a 6.1-inch display and has a 60Hz refresh rate. It comes with Gorilla glass protection.  

The handset is powered by Google’s own Tensor chip paired with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.