Will there be a Pixel 4A?

After announcement of Apple’s iPhone SE Second Generation it’s time to shift all the rumours and leaks to Googles upcoming Pixel 4A now directly competing with the newly launched $399 iPhone SE 2. The details specs and leaked images were circulating for the upcoming Google Pixel 4A for a while now.

If reports are to believe the Pixel 4A will be a nearly edge to edge display on the screen with a hole punch to embed Front facing camera. It could be fusion of both previous Pixel 3A and Googles recent Pixel 4 with all plastic curved unibody with square camera bump.

According to 9To5Google, the screen size of the Pixel 4A will be a 5.81 inches. The display will be equipped with 60 Hz refresh rate and FHD+ Oled display with a resolution of 2340 X 1080.Inside the upcoming Pixel 4A there will be Qualcomm Snapdragon 730, with Adreno 618 GPU chip.

In camera section we could expect a great camera perhaps best in this mid range category if we recalled the reviews of tech experts of previous Pixel 3A. As per leaks , the Pixel 4A’s main camera will feature a 12.2 mega pixel with Optical and Electronic Image Stabilisation. In the Front it is expected to have the same 8 mega pixel resolution of last year’s Pixel 3A.

Video recording will be same as Google Pixel 4A i.e. [email protected] FPS,60 FPS, 120 FPS, [email protected] FPS and [email protected] FPS. Also [email protected] 30 FPS for the front.

Some other leaks like 3080 mAH battery capacity with 18 W Fast Charging, headphone jack, Type C, real mounted scanner and price tag of $399 same as second generation iPhone SE etc also has been reported in several platforms. 

The upcoming Pixel 4A was previously expected to be released on Google I/O 2020 Key Note on may 12th. But due to pandemic CoronaVirus at present it is not yet clear when the Pixel 4 A will be announced. 


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