Although the Google Pixel 4a has yet to make its official debut, but Google’s Canadian store had already published the official render of the Pixel 4a donning its Just Black colorway.
The design of the Google Pixel 4a depicted in the freshly published render resembles what we’d seen from an earlier hands-on video which was uploaded on YouTube.
As we can see, the upcoming Pixel 4a will be featuring a hole-punch display which has narrower bezels as compared to the current Pixel 3a.
From what we’d learned so far, its front display is said to measure approximately 5.81-inches diagonally and is likely to boast a 2340 x 1080 pixels screen resolution with 60Hz screen refresh rate. Likewise, its front-facing selfie camera is also expected to be an 8 megapixels image sensor.
On its rear, there will be a familiar-looking squarish housing at the top-left corner which play host to a single camera alongside a LED flash. Its rear camera is said to be a 12 megapixels sensor which comes with Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS).
According to its recent Geekbench listing, the Google Pixel 4a will be powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 730 platform which is likely to be paired with 6GB RAM and 64GB onboard storage.
At the helm, the Google Pixel 4a will draw power from a 3,080/ 3,140mAh battery which could carries support for 18W fast-charging. It remains a possibility that the device could be shipped with the latest Android 11 OS out of the box.
After postponing its initial launch from May to July, the launch date of the Google Pixel 4a is now reportedly being pushed back once again to August next month.