The photo shows one variant of Google Pixel 4a in black with a green power button. It shows in detail the front-facing camera of the phone (in the form of a punch hole) and on the back a single-camera configuration that resembles its older sibling, the Pixel 4. There is a good grill on top of the speaker and a fingerprint sensor at the back.
The Pixel 4a has leak extensively for those who haven’t followed and we know just about everything there is to know about it.
It’s a true successor to the 3a in that it’s going to launch at an reasonable price (we’ve learned somewhere in the $300 to $400 range), it’s got a lower-end Snapdragon 730 system-on-a-chip, and it’s got less specs overall than the other phones that Google is expected to launch this year — a plastic body, a single camera, a small battery, and a small screen.
We’ve heard that all Google Pixel 4a models will have a 3080 mAh battery and 6GB RAM and all the latest information suggests that only one storage size will be available: 128GB. We ‘re told the phone will have the normal 18w fast charging via USB-C, but Google’s skipping out for their lower-end entry on Qi wireless charging again.
Google accidentally revealed three names of its upcoming smartphones last week: Google Pixel 4a, Pixel 4a (5G) and Pixel 5, in both. We’ve got a running theory as to how the latter two match with the leaks we’ve seen so far, but the Pixel 4a is definitely the least interesting of the few.