Google will unveil its new premium mid-range Google Pixel 4A later this month. The renders for the same is up now and reveals the full design of the device. The most important here to note is that the device doesn’t come with big notches or big bezels. Finally, Google is bringing a smartphone with thin bezels all around the device and a punch hole.
Like we said, the device sports a single punch-hole to the top left of the display, and there will be no radar sensors this time considering the space. To the top, we can see the 3.5mm headphone jack and a USB type C port to the bottom. Although the device has an OLED display, it comes with a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. Further, to the right, we can see the power and volume rockers.
According to the previous reports, the Google Pixel 4A will feature a 5.81-inch FHD+ OLED display. It will sport the mid-range SoC from Qualcomm, i.e. the Snapdragon 730G and will pair with 6GB of RAM. The device will also come in 64GB, and 128GB of storage options. It will feature a single 12.2MP rear camera and an 8MP front camera. The GeekBench listing confirms the existence of Snapdragon 730G.
Just like the older Pixel 3A, it will also sport Google’s own Titan M security chip. Further, it will pack a 3,080mAh battery with support for 18W fast charging tech. It will run on the latest Android 10 out of the box. Finally, the device will be available in Just Black and Barely Blue colour options.
Coming to the pricing of the device, Google may price it at $399, and will be available in retail shops from May 22. Apple had unveiled its new SE 2020 at the same price. So we have to see whether people go with the smaller Apple with flagship chipset, or the bigger Google smartphone with the mid-range chipset, and excellent cameras.