Google Pixel 4a: Leaked Specs And Details

Nobody has to specify how important smartphones are today. These devices are required almost everywhere to do almost everything. That being said, having the best smartphones matter.

Google’s version of the best smartphones comes in the form of Google Pixel 4a. This series competes with the likes of Samsung’s Galaxy series as well as Apple’s iPhone series. Ever since its release in 2013, this series of smartphones have competed to be the best Android series.

The last version of Pixel was Pixel 4. It may have had a bad reputation for forcing things that were unnecessary, sure, but it was good enough to compete with modern smartphones.

Google Pixel 4a

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Google Pixel 4a

Google Pixel 4a appeared in a video last month. A few details were leaked then. Now, thanks to 9to5Googlea few more details have come into light. Here are the leaked specifications of the all-new Pixel 4a.

A 5.81″ OLED screen of 2340×1080 pixel resolution display. Powered by Snapdragon 730 SoC processor. Storage includes either a 64GB or 128GB models. 6GB RAM might be featured in all devices, surely.

The phone will run on Android 10, obviously. Also, it features a plastic body with an 8MP front camera. Thankfully, there’s a fingerprint sensor in the back! It also features a 12.2MP rear camera. Neat.

The phone also features a 3080mAH battery which seems fair. There is no wireless charging for this phone. Also, there is a headphone jack this time! Google is listening, y’all. However, Pixel Neural Core and Soli sensors might not be present.

Google Pixel 4a

The Google Pixel 4a phone might come in two colors, according to the report. One being ‘Just Black’ and the other being ‘Barely Blue’. As boring as it may seem, a few leaks make them look cool for me. The Google Pixel 4a is rumored to start at $399 (€365).

The phone was to be announced in the I/O 2020, next month. Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are unsure as to when it might be announced. Maybe after the COVID-19 pandemic.

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