Although the Google Pixel 4A has yet to make it’s official debut, but courtesy of a Spanish vlogger, we’re finally able to have a glimpse of the real device in a 6 minutes long review video published by him.
In terms of design, it is easy to tell that the upcoming Pixel 4a will feature a considerably smaller chin as compared to the current Pixel 3a. This time round, Google has also chose to employ a hole-punched display to house it’s selfie camera as well. This produces an overall higher screen-to-body ratio for the Pixel 4a which is certainly something most of us are keen to see.
According to the reviewer, the front display of the Pixel 4a will apparently measures 5.81-inches diagonally, and has a bumped up screen resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels. As a mid-ranger smartphone, it’s front display will also pack a decent 60Hz refresh rate.
Under the hood, the Pixel 4a will be driven by a Snapdragon 730 SoC alongside 6GB of RAM and 64GB onboard storage space. That’s a pretty decent upgrade over last year’s Pixel 3a which only packs 4 gigs worth of RAM.
Moving on to the flip side, there will be a squarish-camera module which shares a close resemblance to the one we saw on the Pixel 4. It will play host to a single 12 megapixels main shooter which supports Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS). This will be completed with an 8 megapixels selfie camera at the front.
The Pixel 4a will continue to utilize a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor in place of the company’s renowned “Face Unlock” feature for user authentication.
Similarly, there is also an obvious presence of a 3.5mm headphone jack at the top, as well as USB-C port and a pair of speaker grilles at the bottom. The Google Pixel 4a will be fueled by a 3,080mAh battery and will boot on the latest Android 10 OS out of the box.
If nothing goes wrong, the Pixel 4a is expected to break over within the next three months. It is likely to maintain a sub-$500 price tag similar to it’s predecessors.