Earlier today, the first real image of the upcoming Google Pixel 4a mid-range smartphone appeared online. The official release of this device will probably take place in about two months’ time but it’s not an easy job to keep things under wraps. A few months ago, we saw some factory CAD renders of the Pixel 4a and 4a XL. However, there has not been much since then.
Google Pixel 4a uses a 5.8-inch or so display and it combines a punch-hole display with a square-shaped rear camera setup. Looking at the design, this is nothing like the appearance of last year’s Pixel 3a and 3a XL. The bezels are ultra-thing on all sides, the chin is a little thicker though. Although Google has a history of revising its paint job practically every year, it appears that the Pixel 4a will offer more than just Black, Clearly White, and Purple-ish hues.
Google Pixel 4a still uses a one rear-facing shooter
In terms of specifications, the Pixel 4a uses a punch-hole screen solution. This is the first time Google is using this display solution. Its screen size is 5.7 or 5.8 inches. This device will come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 or Snapdragon 765 mobile platform. Under the hood, we will also have at least 4GB of memory + 64GB of storage. There should be at least a 12MP sensor on the rear and it will run on Android 10.
It is worth mentioning that the measurement of the Pixel 4a maybe 144.2 x 69.5 x 8.2mm, compared to the iPhone 11 measurement of 150.9 x 75.7 x 8.3mm. The Pixel 4a is a full circle smaller than the iPhone 11 and the size is more similar to iPhone 8 (traditional 4.7-inch iPhone). In other words, the Pixel 4a is a single handphone similar to a 4.7-inch iPhone shape. However, the bad news is that today Google has just announced the cancellation of this year’s I / O conference. This device may finally be released online.