Earlier this week, the Google Pixel 6a was announced, which inherits the design, chipset, and many of the software features of the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro introduced last fall.
At the same time, fans who are familiar with its predecessors from real experience have expressed concern that the newcomer has inherited numerous software and hardware problems, one of the most striking of which was a buggy fingerprint scanner installed under the screen .
In an interview with Android Central, Google Senior Vice President Rick Osterloh assured that the Pixel 6a uses a different sensor. And, hopefully, other bugs of early models will also not affect the newcomer, especially since its sales will start only at the end of July.
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