Google acknowledges the Pixel 3a series as a hit which helped in doubling the overall Pixel sales for the company. Now, its successor seems to be around the corner as few renders of the Pixel 4a has allegedly surfaced online.
Here’s how the Pixel 4a will look like as per the new renders.
This is the Google Pixel 4a, allegedly!
Google Pixel 4a will apparently flaunt a punch-hole display to the top left corner. As for the back, there is a single camera sitting within a square bump. This is purported to be a 12.2-megapixel sensor. If you recall, the precursor too had a single camera. That said, there is a chance that Google might pack more sensors at the back.
The display will reportedly measure either 5.7-inches or 5.8-inches diagonally. And the bezels all across are pretty evident. The hole-punch is going to be a fresh thing on the front, compared to the predecessor.
The renders present the phone in matte white paint. This might be called Clearly White or something on that note. Anyhow, the leak also suggests Black and Purple amongst the other colors in tow.
Besides the camera island, you could see a Google ‘G’ branding and a round capacitive fingerprint reader. Rest, there is an orange-colored power button. This contrast-tinted design element is something that we have seen on the previous pixels. Right beneath it, there is a volume rocker too.
To the bottom lies a USB Type-C port and the speaker grille. And up top sits a 3.5mm audio jack, which is always nice-to-have. The report states the phone is going to measure 144.2×69.5×8.2mm and add that camera hump, the thickness ups to 9mm.
Google Pixel 4a Launch
Google Pixel 4a series is reported to debut at the Google I/O 2020.
As you may know, the flagship Pixel 4 duo didn’t make it to certain markets due to regulatory issues related to the Soli Radar chip. So, this is going to be a piece of good news for the fans who were bummed by the absence of the Google Pixel 4 series in their country. But that depends whether the new phone bag the Soli chip or not, something which isn’t clear yet.