[Leaked] First Pixel 4a Renders Reveals Hole-Punch Display, Fingerprint Sensor, 3.5mm Jack And More


The year 2019 is about to end and finally, we got what we all were waiting for. The first potential images of Google’s Pixel 4a have arrived. Thanks to @OnLeaks and 91Mobiles, these renders give us a good look at what to expect from Google’s second budget device which is Google Pixel 4a.




As usual, we can't take these leaks 100% accurately because there’s always a chance that details can be lost in translation or changed before launch. That said, there’s a fairly decent track record available from @OnLeaks.

Like we expected based on last year’s design, Pixel 4a is very close to the design of the standard Google Pixel 4. There’s a rectangular camera housing on the top left corner but, in this case, it only shows a 12MP single camera sensor as opposed to the 4’s dual-sensors. This is something we expected to happen given the budget nature of the device.




On top of that, the device also includes a rear fingerprint sensor, 3.5mm headphone jack, and the same USB-C port and bottom-facing speakers. This design choice, however, makes the implementation of Motion Sense features through Project Soli radars doubtful.

The display is perhaps the biggest change here. Unlike the Pixel 3a, it has very slim bezels all around and utilizes a punch-hole for the front-facing camera sensor. Apparently, the display on the smaller model will be somewhere between 5.7 and 5.8-inches, only a slight increase. The Google Pixel 4a apparently measures in at 144.2 x 69.5 x 8.2mm.

We are also expecting these specs, however, they aren't confirmed. The Pixel 4a should be stocked with at least 4GB of RAM, but may probably go up to 6GB. Internal storage is expected to stubbornly stick at 64GB. We may see either a Snapdragon 730 or a 765 SoC, depending on how Google assesses the state of play for 5G. In addition to black and white, 91mobiles suggests purple and orange are at play for the wild card color.


Google will likely announce the Pixel 4a (and 4a XL) at the next I/O conference, as with many things in life, things may change between now and whenever they debut. The price will be a big point to watch.


Source: 91Mobiles
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