Google Pixel 4a is one of the highly-anticipated successors to the very famous series in the smartphone world that is expected to be launched sometime soon. The first-ever renders of the upcoming mobile phone surfaced back in 2019 while the recently revealed live images on a private Facebook group further reveals it in all its glory.
Offering a good look at the images, one can easily recognise the upcoming smartphone to be equipped with a punch-hole display with the front camera positioned at the extreme left. The display further features a small bezel underneath while the rear has been equipped with a fingerprint scanner mounted in the centre. The rear camera setup has been packed neatly inside a square module while the camera specifications are not known as of yet.
Coming to the other images, the smartphone is shown wrapped in a rear fabric casing while the Google logo at the bottom is visible. The images also specify that the brand has equipped the Pixel 4a with 64GB internal storage which is expected to be expandable via a microSD card.
Considering the earlier rumours, one can expect the upcoming Google Pixel 4a to be equipped with a 5.7-inch or 5.8-inch LCD which is further expected to feature thick bezels and will be smaller when compared to the one equipped on the Pixel 3.
In addition to this, the smartphone is expected to be powered by a Snapdragon 7 series processor and will feature Type-C connectivity. The bottom of the smartphone will feature a 3.5mm audio jack in addition to getting a speaker grille.
Amidst the recent coronavirus health scares faced by the world, the Google I/O event has been cancelled while one can expect the brand to launch the Google Pixel 4a sometime in the second quarter of the year via an online post or through an all-new event though there has been no official confirmation received on the launch as of yet.