Google Pixel 4a Leaked Renders Shows Hole-Punch Display, Single Main Camera

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Google Pixel 4a could be the upcoming smartphone from Google which is currently in the pipeline and is expected to launch in 2020. However, before it actually appears from the Google end, some of the leaks of this phone posted online showing the complete physical appearance. 

The render leak suggests that t the phone will sport a hole-punch display design, taking from the current trend in the industry. Also, just like Google Pixel 4, the Pixel 4a is also shown to come with a square-shaped camera module. However, the difference is that the Pixel 4a render shows a single camera lens in the module, but tipster OnLeaks suggests that Google could add more image sensors.

91Mobiles in partnership with OnLeaks has shared the alleged 360 degree renders of the Google Pixel 4a. Multiple renders of an upcoming White color option of the phone have been leaked, but the report says that the phone will launch in Black and Purple finishes as well. However, there is also a finite probability that Google will add some color variants.

As seen in the render, Google Pixel 4a is seen sporting a hole-punch display with the cut-out positioned in the top left of the screen. There’s a thin outline of bezels on all sides of the display, and the report suggests that the phone could feature a flat 5.7-inch or 5.8-inch display.

In addition to all the mentioned features at the top, Google Pixel 4a is seen sporting a rear fingerprint sensor, and the ‘G’ logo is housed at the bottom of the back panel. The orange-colored power button and the volume rocker are situated on the right edge of the screen, and the bottom edge houses the USB Type-C port and the speaker grille.

Google Pixel 4a series is expected to be launched at Google I/O 2020 this year. Some of the tipped specifications include 4GB RAM, 64GB internal storage, Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 or Snapdragon 765 series SoC, and 12.2-megapixel main rear camera. The phone could also come with 5G support.

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