Pixel 6a will be missing Google Camera's Motion Mode

Google Pixel 6a may be available shortly, according to reports, during Google IO 2022, which begins on May 11. While speculation about the lower-cost smartphone's features and pricing is rampant, there are a few rumors that are already circulating. According to reports, the new flagship chipset may sacrifice some capabilities when compared to the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro.

According to developer Kuba Wojciechowski, the Pixel 6a may be missing a key camera feature, namely motion mode (via XDA-Developers). Motion Mode is a feature available in the Pixel 6 55,890 series that adds a blur effect to static photographs to make them look to be in motion. This adds to the image's vibrancy and can be added to either the background or the subject.

Despite being powered by the same processor as the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, the new Google Pixel 6A camera may share common grounds with the Pixel 5a in terms of camera setup. This could imply that the forthcoming Google Pixel 6A will include a 12.2MP main camera and a 12MP ultrawide shooter.

While there isn't much information on the smartphone yet, we're not going to be disappointed if we don't get Motion Mode. The Pixel 6a is scheduled to be released soon, so the wait for more information may be over in the coming days.