Google Pixel 4a Hands-On Leaked Images Reveals Overall Design of the Phone


After launching the latest flagship smartphones – Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL, Google is gearing up to launch a budget-friendly version of the same phone which will be named as the Google Pixel 4a. This phone will launch as a successor to the Pixel 3a which was launched last year. 

The Google Pixel 4a was expected to get officially announced at Google I/O 2020 conference in May this year. However, the company has now canceled the planned I/O 2020 this year. So, there is no defined date when this phone will be made official. However, before the phone goes official from the company, we have the latest hands-on image of Pixel 4a which reveals the overall design of the phone.

This leaked image comes from the courtesy of Slashleaks which shows the phone from the front as well as backside giving us a rough idea of what we can expect with the Pixel 4a.

Coming to the leaked image, it shows a device that is similar to that of Pixel 4 but in small size and with rounded corners. It has narrow bezels around the display and the screen has a punch-hole cutout in the top-left corner.

At the back, it has a similar square camera module that houses a single sensor with an LED flashlight. There is also a fingerprint sensor at the back to unlock the phone using biometric identification. Lastly, at the bottom, there is a Google “G” trademark similar to all Pixel phones.

Previous reports have confirmed that the Pixel 4a is codenamed “sunfish” and will come powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 chipset. As for the display, the phone could feature a 5.7-inch or 5.8-inch screen. The device will reportedly have around 3.5mm headphone jack and USB Type-C port.

Apart from this, no further information related to the Pixel 4a is available. As soon as some information related to Pixel 4a will be available, we will update you with the same. So, keep visiting TechCodex!

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