Google launched the Google Pixel 3a and the Google Pixel 3a XL handsets back in May this year, and it looks like the company would want to capitalize on the response its “a” series of smartphones has received lately. It is already known that Google has plans to launch the Google Pixel 4a lineup of smartphones during the first half of 2020 and now, courtesy of a new bunch of unofficial renders of the Google Pixel 4a, we have the first look at how the device is going to look like – from front and back.
Google Pixel 4a Leaked Design Suggests a Punch-Hole Display and a Single Rear Camera
As seen in the images, the Google Pixel 4a is said to feature a single punch-hole display. The display sits flat, and the bezels all around are quite apparent. As per the source, the Google Pixel 4a’s display will be somewhere around 5.7-inch or 5.8-inch in size. As far as the overall dimensions are concerned, the Google Pixel 4a will measure at 144.2 x 69.5 x 8.2mm.
At the back (which appears to be utilizing a matte finish), we can see the same square-shaped camera bump, but there is only one camera sitting at the bottom-right quadrant. The sensor is tipped to be a 12.2MP unit. An LED flash sits diagonally to the rear camera. That, however, won’t be it. As per the source, the rear camera module will accommodate “more sensors,” the specifications of which are unclear as of now.
Adding on to that, we can see a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner coming up with the Google Pixel 4a. The Google “G” logo sits at its regular spot. At the bottom, we can find a USB Type-C charging port and the device’s speakers, while at the top, we can easily locate a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Powering the device could be a Snapdragon 730 or 765 chipset, which is likely to be paired with at least 4GB of RAM and 64GB of onboard storage. The battery capacity of the Google Pixel 4a is anyone’s guess as of now, but we can expect it to be better than its predecessor, at the very least.
The source further mentions that the Google Pixel 4a could come in Black, White, and Purple paint jobs (with a possibility of Google adding more colors this time around). As far as the launch date is concerned, the Google Pixel 4a is said to launch during the Google I/O 2020 developer conference, which agrees with the first half launch schedule of 2020. As of now, there is not much known about the Google Pixel 4a, but we can expect more intel on the same in the coming days as the launch date nears.
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