The Google Pixel 4A renderings show a front-facing camera, headphone jack

The Google Pixel 4A renderings show a front-facing camera, headphone jack

This makes sense since the Pixel 4a will be a budget-oriented smartphone and not a premium one like the Pixel 4. Some reports are claiming that the Pixel 4a launch during Google I/O 2020 alongside the next version of Android. Let's see if the corporate's anticipated telephone, Pixel 4a, will be as profitable because the Pixel Four in its class. Pixel 4's DxOMark sound rating is out there right here. Although it seems unnecessary, taking into account the fact that the phone only displays on a single sensor on the back. The phone will have a display size of 5.7-inch or 5.8-inches - a small bump from the 5.6-inch display found on the Pixel 3a. That suggests that the Pixel 4a won't have its older sibling's front-facing sensors, including the Soli radar. This is expected as Pixel A series phones are lower range counterparts of the main series. Even though the Pixel 4a is expected to have only one camera, the camera module in the leaked photos has a large, square design much like the one on the Pixel 4.

The renders also show the purported Pixel 4a featuring a volume rocker, an orange-colored power button, a 3.5mm audio jack, as well as USB Type-C port and speaker grilles. CAD-based rendering enabled us to see how Google's second budget-friendly telephone would look far more vivid. Lastly, the Pixel 4 now shows support for dual-frequency GNSS so it can trace signals of two satellites at once, either from Galileo satellites or Global Positioning System. And in case you're wondering, there's a fingerprint scanner on the back to fill in the biometrics gap.

According to the render, Google might not be done with the Matte finish back as well as the fingerprint sensor with a block in the corner where the camera will reside. There's no word on the Pixel 4a XL, but we assume it will be launching alongside this model. Pixel 4a is expected to launch during the first half of 2020. The leaked details from case manufacturers and other information helped create these renders that show us how the design is supposed to look.

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