After a relatively long wait, Google has finally confirmed that the much anticipated Google Pixel 4a will finally be making its official debut on August 3rd– after its initial launch event in May was postponed.
Although the device has yet to be made official, but most of the information pertaining to its design and specs had already been made known during the past couple of months.
Most recently, the official render of the Google Pixel 4a was spotted on Google’s Canadian store donning its Just Black colorway. The render revealed a familiar hole-punch design on its front panel, as well as an unique squarish camera module at the back which resemble what we’d seen from an earlier hands-on video which was uploaded on YouTube.
As far as its specs are concerned, the Google Pixel 4a is expected to feature a 5.81-inches FHD+ display which comes with a standard 60Hz screen refresh rate. Its front panel will also flaunt an 8 megapixels selfie camera housed within the hole-punch compartment on the upper-left corner.
On the flip-side, its camera housing will accommodate a single camera alongside a LED flash. According to earlier reports, its rear camera is liekly to be a 12 megapixels sensor which comes with Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS).
Aside from that, we’d also learned from its its recent Geekbench listing that the Google Pixel 4a will be powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 730 platform which is expected to be paired with 6GB RAM and 64GB onboard storage.
To keep its lights on, the Google Pixel 4a will draw power from a 3,080/ 3,140mAh battery which could carries support for 18W fast-charging. As usual, the Pixel 4a will also be shipped with the latest Android 11 OS out of the box which will deliver a stock Android experience for its users.