After the launch of the first Pixel phone in 2016, Google has always launched its models around October, which seems the unveiling of Pixel 4 would be also around that time. Information regarding the mobiles has surfaced on the internet, along with the Pixel 4a is reported to encourage UFS 2.1 storage for even quicker program loading and documents move.
One missing detail on the 4A is whether the new device will use the Pixel 4's advanced "Project Soli" chip which allows for some of the Pixel's most pivotal features like hand-gestured controls.
However, the last image reveals that the handset will come at a starting price of $399 (approximately Rs. 29,500) - the same price at which the Google Pixel 3a was launched past year. Pixel 4A's main security and sensor feature is a rear-mounted fingerprint reader.
In these leaked photos, the Google Pixel 4A hole-punch front panel is seen on the top left of the screen. However, Google may or may not integrate it into the final unit, so it's best to take things lightly for now.
From the Google Camera app, it can be deduced that the telephoto camera is returning to the Pixel 5 line. The app refers to the latter device as "photo_pixel_2020_midrange_config", while the Pixel 5 is referred to as the "photo_pixel_2020_midrange_config". The teardown reveals that the Pixel 5 can have two code names: Bramble and Redfin. Looking at the design, this is nothing like the appearance of last year's Pixel 3a and 3a XL.
The Pixel 4 is a much-awaited smartphone from Google's stable with the prototypes boosting the hype of the phone among the people. Of course, this is very early speculation, and Google still has plenty of time to play around before making the final calls.
According to rumors, the Pixel 4a will come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 processor, 6GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, and 3,080mAh battery.
YouTube channel TechnoLike Plus recently shared an extensive hands-on with the purported midrange device, showing new design with that smudge-laden matte plastic black back casing, which also includes a rear fingerprint scanner.
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