Google’s upcoming smartphone was spotted on a Verizon page, and thanks to a Google Fi ad we know what to expect.
It might look like a coincidentally similar concept, but it still caught some fans’ attention. Here are the latest details.
What We Should Expect From the Google Pixel 4a
Initially published on SlashLeaks by user BLUEJOSH9725, the ad for Google Fi displays a basic illustration of a phone. It’s not even the focus of the ad, and it’s made in Google’s well-known minimalist concept. However, mixing that with the existing leaks suggests some similarities with the Google Pixel 4a.
The illustration is also based on a Pixel smartphone since it utilizes the same button design, with the two volume buttons and the power button aligned on the right side. We can also notice that it has a colored power button, first seen on a Pixel 3a smartphone last year. But this time around, the power button is pink, a color not found on the Pixel 3a or Pixel 4a. Such a thing might hint at how the button will look like on the upcoming Pixel smartphones.
Then we have the camera features. Google Pixel 4a is speculated to be the company’s first smartphone to arrive with a punch-hole notch. The recently spotted device doesn’t have a large top bezel, and in one of the pictures, we can see a cutout for the selfie camera, adding weight to the leaks we’ve got so far. The bezels around the smartphone seem to be on all sides, whereas even the Pixel 4a is believed to follow the Pixel series’ trademark thick chin.
Google Pixel 4a is said to be equipped with a Snapdragon 730 processor and 8GB RAM, an OLED FHD 5.8-inch display, and single cameras on the rear and front. The upcoming Pixel smartphone was believed to be releasing imminently for a few months; the date seems to have been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.