Pixel 4a lost in the hype of OnePlus 8 and Samsung S20 leaks. But this time, the leaks about Google Pixel 4a is trying to flip the tables. A new packaging leak of Google Pixel 4a has surfaced on a Facebook group called Google Pixel Community. Another leak from 9to5Google has revealed some specifications about the same device.
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Google Pixel 4a Specs and Retail Package Leaked
The packaging isn’t very special or different, and it looks the same as the Pixel 4’s packaging. The packaging shows off the rear and front of the Pixel 4a. From previous leaks, things don’t seem to have changed much. The camera bump is the same as the Pixel 4, but it houses only a single camera here. From the pictures, the power button seems to be white for the black color variant.
When this leak wasn’t enough, 9to5Google brought us a full sheet of specifications to take a look. According to the blog, the Pixel 4a will come with a 5.81-inch OLED Display with a resolution of 1080 x 2340. On the board, it’ll be powered by Snapdragon 730 CPU with 6GB RAM available in 64GB and 128GB variants.
The primary camera is said to be a 12.2MP shooter while the front-facing camera will be an 8MP one. It’ll have the USB Type-C port, known from the previous leaks. The battery, on the other hand, seems to be a 3,080 mAh one, and we don’t know if it’ll support fast charging or not yet.
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And as a possibility, Google is avoiding the Qi wireless charging already. Unlike Pixel 4, we won’t see any Soli sensors as far as the leaks go. The dimensions of this phone are said to be 158.4×74.7×7.8mm, while it’ll weigh only 169 grams. From the back of the phone, we can see the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor the same as we saw on the Pixel 4.
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Source: 9to5Google, Google Pixel 2 Community (via Slashleaks)