The upcoming Google smartphone lineup is ready to be launched. Pixel 4a is said to arrive later this year. There have been leaks and speculations, but nothing sure yet. Renders from OnLeaks, however, shared a glimpse of the next Google Pixel 4a series.
It seems that the device resembles its predecessor, the Pixel 4 lineup. Also, on WCCFTECH.com, the latest details about the device were released. The article displays a bunch of images of the Pixel 4a box. Such a thing implies that some renders had been more accurate than we previously believed.
Google Pixel 4a Features and Other Details
A 9to5Google article rounded up all the features that have been leaked until now. According to them, Pixel 4a might be introduced as a mid-range smartphone with a Snapdragon 730 processor, a 5.8-inch display, and huge bezels. It could also receive 6GB RAM and a 3080mAh battery. Details about the battery life are still unknown. But, it could support 18W wireless charging.
Camera information has been scarce so far, but some reports suggest a few features. For example, on the rear panel, Google Pixel 4a might sport a 12.2MP sensor. As for its front, an 8MP sensor from last year could be added.
Details about Google Pixel 4a’s price label weren’t unveiled. If Google goes with a more affordable variant of the upcoming smartphone series, we could witness the release of a low-budget lineup. Maybe if the Pixel 4a will be launched at $400, Google will mark another success like last year.
But, with all the rumors, leaks, and the box images unveiled, we have more chances to see Google Pixel 4a sooner than later. Recently, we found out how the Pixel Buds 2 is going to be released in a month or so. There are enough chances to see both devices released together, as well.
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