Google is getting ready to release its next flagship smartphone the Pixel 5a on June 11, according to GSMArena.
Leaked images show the new device is not that much different than its predecessor, but now the company is working on a major change for the Pixel 6.
Google just rolled out an update for its Camera App, and 9to5Google discovered something interesting in the code. The team decompiled files called APKs and were able to see various lines of code within, that hint at possible future features for the Pixel 5a and Pixel 6.
According to 9to5Google, the upcoming devices will pack a selfie camera with 4K capabilities which will be placed in a smaller hole resulting in a smaller bezel and a higher screen-to-body ratio for the Pixel 5a.
The same report suggests it’s also very likely the Pixel 6 will sport a top-centered hole-punch camera, and the time and notification indicators to be moved to the top left corner of the screen.
The Google Pixel 6 is rumoured to arrive in October.