Recently, popular leaker, OnLeaks shared renders of the Pixel 4a, the follower to Google’s very first inexpensive Pixel phone, the Pixel 3a. He didn’t share renders of a follower to the Pixel 3a XL, so we presumed the device, which ought to show up as the Pixel 4a XL, will appear in the future. That might not occur according to tech YouTuber, Dave Lee.
The YouTuber yesterday shared a video that there will be no Pixel 4a XL, which is surprising because so far, all the Pixel phones released by Google have a bigger variant.
He discusses that the factor Google is dropping the bigger version is that it didn’t offer as much as the smaller sized version. The Pixel 3a introduced for $399 while the Pixel 3a XL was priced at $479, pressing it into the economical flagship killer cost variety. Viewing as the more economical offered more, it is reasonable why there will not be an XL design this year.
He likewise exposed in the video that the Pixel 4a will be found in 3 colors– Black (with a green power button), White (with an orange power button), and Arctic Blue (with a hot pink power button).
The Pixel 4a will have a 5.81-inch display screen with a punch hole on the top left corner. On the back is a square-shaped camera with a single camera and LED flash inside. There is likewise a fingerprint scanner in the middle.
The phone will have a plastic unibody with an audio jack on top and a USB Type-C port at the bottom. It will not have assistance for cordless charging, which isn’t unexpected as it is not a function we anticipate a mid-range phone to have. The camera specifications, battery capability, and processor stay unidentified at the moment; however, we are quite sure it will run Android 10 out of the package.