Google Pixel 4a is the mid-range phone from the Search Giant which is expected to be launched by this month. The details of the phone has been steadily getting leaked only. Now, the retail box of the phone showing the camera setup and also alleged specifications of the phone has been out. To recall, Google Pixel 4a will be a step down version of Pixel 4 which got released some months back with high-end camera setup including the Soli hardware. We expect, the new Google Pixel 4a to not sport this hardware. Check out the leaked image courtesy OnLeaks and alleged specifications of the phone below.
Alleged Google Pixel 4a Specifications
- 5.81 -inch OLED display with FHD+ resolution
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 Processor
- 6GB RAM and 64GB/128GB internal storage
- 12.2MP primary rear camera and 8MP Selfie Camera
- 3080mAh battery with 18W fast charging
- Android 10
Google Pixel 4a should follow the design trend of its bigger brother Pixel 4 smartphone. The rear of the phone will have the camera setup in square shape form. The phone has a punch-hole style notch at the front to house the 8MP selfie camera. We cannot expect the Soli sensor in this device. The smartphone will be powered by a relatively old processor, the Snapdragon 730 and there is presence of Google’s Titan M security chip. This will be coupled with 6GB RAM and 64GB/128GB internal storage.
Being a Pixel phone, the camera setup is expected to produce high quality images and to have various modes. The primary rear camera is the 12.2MP sensor which has support for OIS and autofocus. The 8MP Selfie camera has reasonable wide 84-degree field of view. All default connectivity options including a 3.5mm jack is expected to be present.
The device will come in Just Black and Barely Blue color options. Finally, the battery capacity of the device is 3080mAh battery with 18W fast charging support. The price of the device is expected to start from $399 and should get launched in India very soon post the official launch. Let us know what you think about the new smartphone from Google.