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Google Pixel 4a costs $349, has an OLED panel & Snapdragon 730G

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Just a couple of days are now left for the Google Pixel 4a’s launch & so far, we know how the phone looks like, the key specs of it, & also the rumored price. But today’s leak comes with a surprise & that surprise is the even lower price tag than what was rumored so far!

Ishan Agarwal shared the full specifications of the Pixel 4a on Twitter along with the final price in the US.

As of now, there is no information regarding any other color variants if there are any, so we are assuming that the Pixel 4a is coming in only one color option, which is “Just Black.” According to Ishan, the phone features a 5.81-inch Full-HD+ OLED panel with HDR support, Always On Display & the Now Playing feature.

While the previous leaks hinted at the Snapdragon 730 chipset, it looks like the Pixel 4a has the Snapdragon 730G instead. There is 6GB RAM & 128GB storage. Just like the color option, there is most probably only one storage option.

The Pixel 3a was known for its impressive camera performance & the Pixel 4a is no exception. It has a 12.2 Megapixel camera on the back with f/1.7 aperture,  Optical Image Stabilization & Dual Pixel Phase detection autofocus. On the front, there is an 8 Megapixel camera with an 84-degree field of view. The rear camera is capable of 4K 30fps video recording.

The Google Pixel 4a comes with a 3,140mAh battery & 18W fast charging support. There are dual speakers & the Titan M Security Module.

Finally, talking about the price, the Google Pixel 4a is going to be priced at $349, which is even lower than the previously rumored price of $399. Now, this is the price in the US, so we don’t know the exact pricing for other markets. At this price, the Google Pixel 4a is definitely an excellent phone to get, especially in the US where there is no OnePlus NORD.

The phone will be available in U.S, UK, Ireland, Germany, Australia, Japan, & Canada.

A Geek & Internet Freak currently pursuing Engineering Bachelors in Information Technology. A die-hard Android fan who keeps track of every little happening in the Android world. When not writing, he loves watching videos of his favourite creators on YouTube & he is the one who handles DroidHolic's YouTube channel as well!

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