In December last year, the CAD renders of the Google Pixel 4a gave us the very first look at Google’s 2020’s mid-range Pixel phone. It is going to be the successor to the Google Pixel 3a which was a great camera-centric mid-range Pixel phone of last year. Today, the live hands-on images of the Pixel 4a were shared by TechDroider on Twitter that once again reveal the design that we have already seen in the CAD renders.
Well, as these live images reveal, the Google Pixel 4a is indeed coming with a punch-hole design, so there is a single selfie shooter placed in a cutout on the top left of the display. The phone does have noticeable bezels all around. On the rear, there is a single camera placed with the LED flash in a square camera module. The fingerprint scanner is also there on the rear.
Like the Pixel 3a series, Google Pixel 4a is most likely coming with a 3.5mm headphone jack, something that we don’t see on flagship Google Pixel phones.
While the specifications are not confirmed yet, some rumoured specs include Snapdragon 730 SOC, 4GB RAM, 64GB ROM, and a 12.2 Megapixel rear camera.