Just like most manufacturers there, Google is preparing for the next variant of its smartphone lineup. We all have heard the rumors with Google Pixel 4A. The leaks everywhere show a CAD-based model of the smartphone. We have also heard that Google will get this smartphone in three variants, one of them with 5G.
Various reports have talked about the leaks about the next smartphone from Google. There are three codenamed devices – Bramble, Sunfish, and Redfin. It’s a well-known fact that Google codenames its tools after aquatic animals.
These codenames have also revealed a lot of info about the devices, including the chipsets. The Sunfish will have Snapdragon 730 SoC, and it won’t have 5G. Let’s find out more about the upcoming Google Pixel 4a series.
One of the Google Pixel 4a Variant Will Support 5G Network
Then there’s Redfin, which will come with Snapdragon 765 SoC, and it will have 5G Support. It could actually be the rival of SD 845 SoC. Then we have Bramble, which is rumored to have the SD 765. But, there’s more about Google Pixel 4a models, so let’s see what the company has for us.
However, these are just rumors, and they need to be taken with a pinch of salt. We need to wait for an official statement before we start popping up the champagne. If we think about it, having a Google device model with the Snapdragon 765 chipset in it makes sense.
This variant is also supposed to have two other models, one with an older generation processor, such as the SD 730. From what we have heard so far, the SD 765-powered Pixel 4A will be more expensive due to the fact that it will also hold 5G Support. It is also rumored that the smartphones will come with a bezel-less sleek design. We cannot wait to hear more!
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