Google Pixel 4a Renders Showcases The Upcoming Smartphone’s Design


Google is still yet to launch its Google Pixel 4a, the watered-down version of the Pixel 4 which was launched back in 2019. However, before we get the official phone, the renders and leaks of the phone have been continuously revealing the specs and designs of the upcoming phone. In the latest leak, a new set of renders of the upcoming Pixel 4a has leaked online, showcasing the smartphone’s design.

Looking at the leaked render of the phone, the first thing you will notice is the phone’s display, which is very different than what we saw on the Pixel 4. Instead of thick chins and foreheads design, the company seems to be going with thin bezels.

The render further reveals that the Pixel 4a will come with a single punch-hole cutout in the top-left corner of the display for the front-facing camera. In addition to that, this render also confirms the long-rumored Project Soli radar sensors will not be included in the device.

At the bottom, the render reveals that the smartphone has a 3.5mm headphone jack which is located at the top while the USB Type-C port. On the backside, the device features a physical fingerprint sensor for biometric authentication.

Google Pixel 4a Render Leak

Considering some earlier leaks, the Google Pixel 4a is expected to feature a 5.81-inch OLED display with a Full HD+ screen resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels. Under the hood, the device will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 SoC, paired with 6GB of RAM. The handset is likely to come in 64GB and 128GB storage sizes. It will also have Google’s own Titan M security chip just like last year’s Pixel 3a.

The device will be running on the Android 10 operating system out-of-the-box and will be powered by a 3,080mAh battery with support for 18W fast charging technology. As for the pricing and availability, it is said that the smartphone could be priced at $399 and will go on sale from May 22. However, there is no official detail from the company on pricing and availability.

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