The British retailer John Lewis accidentally released an image of the Google Pixel 4A 5G early on, which gave us a detailed understanding of the design of this new mid-range phone. Image found by the fist 9to5GoogleUnexpectedly on the retailer’s Pixel 4A 4G LTE list, they displayed the 5G logo in the status bar of the phone, and the rear camera layout did not match the Pixel 4A. These images confirm some of the Pixel 4A 5G specifications that were leaked yesterday, including the second rear camera and the headphone jack inherited from the Pixel 4A.
Pixel 4A 5G is one of two phones that Google announced in advance this fall, and the other is Pixel5. The recent leaks of these two devices claim that the specifications of Pixel 4A 5G will position it between Pixel 5 and Pixel 4A. In Google̵
For example, it is reported that 4A 5G will be equipped with Snapdragon 765G processor and dual rear cameras like Pixel 5 (including 12.2 megapixel wide angle and 16 megapixel ultra-wide), but it will have 6 instead of 8GB of RAM, and No IP-rated dust or waterproof rating (such as 4A). Then, as far as the battery is concerned, its 3885mAh capacity puts it between the 3140mAh of the Pixel 4A and the 4080mAh of the Pixel 5.
According to the leak, one area where Pixel 4A 5G can beat 4A and 5 is the screen size. Although it has the same 2340 x 1080 resolution as the Pixel 5 and 4A, it is larger than both at 6.2 inches. It is said that its refresh rate is only 60Hz, while the Pixel 5 display is expected to reach 90Hz.
Otherwise, this is a very similar device to the Pixel 4A. There is a punch-hole cutout for its selfie camera at the top left of the screen, and a fingerprint sensor is mounted on the rear.
Google has announced that the new Pixel 4A 5G will be released this fall at a price of $499. The Google event is scheduled to be held on September 30, and we will be able to wait until the official confirmation of these details soon.