The Google Pixel 4a was expected to be introduced this month, and it looks like we will need to be patient for the upcoming Pixel phone.
In the meantime, a leaked render of a Pixel 4a was posted online and revealed the design of the $399 smartphone, which looks significantly more attractive than Apple’s iPhone SE.
About The Image
The image was posted by GizTop and featured a Pixel 4a case that revealed a punch-hole camera cutout on the front side of the handheld, instead of the notch that was present on past iterations of the phone.
Specifications And Comparison
Rumors suggest that the Pixel 4a will feature a 5.8-inch OLED display, significantly more significant than the 4.7-inch screen of the iPhone SE 2020.
Additionally, Apple’s budget model has large bezels that seem dated when compared to present Android smartphones.
Google seems to have decided to stick to the 3.5 mm headphone jack, which is nice because you won’t have to carry an adapter with you to enjoy listening to music from wired headphones.
The iPhone lacks a headphone jack, which is understandable because it is based on the design of the iPhone 8.
The rear side hosts a square camera module with a single lens, alongside a fingerprint sensor that is easy to get used to. Apple’s Touch ID occupies a significant part of the front side of the device.
The Pixel 4a runs on a Snapdragon 730 chipset, powered by a 3,080 mAh battery and is compatible with USB-C fast charging.
The iPhone SE also supports fast charging, but a dedicated charger must be purchased separately.
The release date of the Pixel 4a has been pushed back a bit, but specialists believe that it will be launched on June 5.