If Google ends up designing something this beautiful, the Pixel 4A will definitely move some fans into action seriously. It’s as if I’ve been the major critic of Google’s designs of smartphones which started during the “Abnormally designed” Pixel 3XL…Okay let’s not talk too much about that one today.
One obvious thing about the Pixel “A-Series” is that they are somewhat the “Lite” version of whatever model that had been released earlier and they’re also gateways to the next generation device the company plans to release.
Just as 2020 is coming in, Google might already been planning to surprise us with the Pixel 4A as usual. Meanwhile, the design is really interesting as OnLeaks as well as 91Mobiles also showed a render of the device.
According to the render, the Pixel 4A will feature a hole-punch front facing camera as well as a slightly bigger display of 5.8-Inches as well as thinner bezels and a minimal chin at the bottom of the display.
The Gesture Control which Google highlighted on the Pixel 4 series might be present on the Pixel 4A although that’s not for sure just yet considering the thin bezels which might make us wonder where Google will shrink the sensors into.
According to the render, Google might not be done with the Matte finish back as well as the fingerprint sensor with a block in the corner where the camera will reside. Another thing which isn’t entirely clear is whether the Pixel 4A will have a dual rear cameras just like the Pixel 4 or maybe it’ll just be a single sensor just because it’s much cheaper.
As for the hardware specifications, it’ll likely be bundled with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 or 765 Processor which is kind of a mid-ranger processor. It’s also going to come with 4GB to 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage.
5G is yet another question we ask if the Pixel 4A will have support for. And one other obvious addition is the iconic 3.5mm headphone jack on the top of the device even though it’s like nearly all smartphone companies now make their own TWS earbuds.
5G is yet another question we ask if the Pixel 4A will have support for because the year 2020 will be more of 5G smartphones everywhere as the network gets introduced to more areas around the globe.
But as for the release date, there is nothing yet official according to Google which never sent a response to comment requests just yet. But we keep our hands crossed to see what’s up about the Google Pixel 4A come 2020.