Google’s new plans might involve a new smartphone. Rumors that the company has under development a new Pixel smartphone are all over the Internet. Also, it’s not the first time when we hear about such news, as previous speculations indicated key specifications for a Google device. But, a recent video proves much more, showcasing the alleged Google Pixel 4a.
As we mentioned, there are lots of rumors that hit the web lately about a new Google device. The leaked renders unveiled the concept of the alleged Google Pixel 4a with a square camera setup at its back. A punch-hole display was also included.
However, remember that this is not the final design of the device. It’s only a leak, and we should wait for more details and the official confirmation. But, that doesn’t mean we can’t imagine what Google got in store for the next series of Pixel smartphones.
Google Pixel 4a Possible Specs and Features
According to leaked reports, Pixel 4a might be released with a 5.81-inch FHD+ display and a 2340×1080 pixel resolution. The screen would have a standard 60Hz refresh rate, as well. As for its hardware, the Pixel 4a might be powered by a Snapdragon 730 SoC, 6GB RAM, 64GB ROM, and Adreno 618 GPU. If all these features turn out to be accurate, we could witness the release of one of the most powerful Pixel smartphones so far.
Pixel 4a might also come with a back-mounted fingerprint sensor, as seen in the leaked video. As for the camera setup, the smartphone is likely to use a 12MP primary sensor with LED Flash and 4K video recording.
The selfie camera sensor might embody an 8MP sensor with a video stabilization feature. Google Pixel 4a is said to be powered by a 3080mAh battery and a USB Type-C port for charging. We still don’t know if the smartphone will arrive with fast charging support. Pixel 4a will most likely run on Android 10, and dual SIM support. For more details, check the full video here.