- A new hands-on video has detailed Google’s Pixel 4a, revealing a handful of its hardware features including a 12MP rear camera and a 3,080 mAh battery.
- The phone should be launching soon, with a Q1 2020 timeframe pitched previously.
- It’s currently not known if Google will launch an XL variant of the Pixel 4a.
There’s been plenty of talk about Google looking to launch the Pixel 4a budget device later this year. Well, the smartphone has steadily begun making the rounds with a new leak showing off the budget device in its entirety. While the Pixel 4a has appeared in blurry leaks before, this is the first time we’re getting to see a proper hands-on video of the device.
The smartphone is shown to be packing a 5.81-inch LCD panel on board, just like rumors had predicted. It is said that the display will have a resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels, giving it a pixel density of 443 ppi. It is said that the phone will have a 60 Hz display refresh rate and not 90 Hz as some other reports had previously mentioned.
This makes sense given that the Pixel 4a is supposed to be a mid-range device, and a viable successor to the Pixel 3a and the Pixel 3a XL that were launched last year. It’s currently unclear if Google will have the Pixel 4a in an XL variant, but we’re only hearing about the standard model for now.
Other specs of the phone detailed by the video include 6GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage (no microSD), and the octa-core Snapdragon 730 chipset. A brief glimpse of the camera app reveals that it will pack a 12MP sensor onboard while it should also pack 4K video recording capabilities. The Pixel 4a will sport a 3,080 mAh battery, which should perform decently given the battery efficiency features built into Android 10.
Check out the Pixel 4a hands-on video below.
Via: The Verge