Google Pixel 4a renders reveals Punch-hole display
In 2019, Google experienced some success with the Pixel 3a, its first foray into more affordable handsets and providing consumers with a mid-range smartphone with strong camera tech. A new set of @OnLeaks renders courtesy gives us our first look at the upcoming Pixel 4a that carries with a few twists the familiar Pixel 4 style.
The pixel 4a will be the first Google phone with a punch-hole display according to the renderers. The hole is on the left top of the display and is definitely not the smallest we saw. The size is thought to be between 5.7 and 5.8 inches FHD+ display and the bezels appear slightly slimmer than the original Pixel 3a. At the top of the screen for the speaker, a slit is present.
Moving around the back, we see the square of the Pixel 4 line, but this time it is smaller and seems to have a single camera and LED flash. OnLeaks says, that there will probably be more sensors in the housing, probably just one more and hopefully an Ultrawide angle camera. It also has an audio jack on the top while at the middle is the USB Type-C port and two grids for the speaker and Microphone. The Pixel 4a houses a fingerprint scanner on its rear mount and has a G logo at the bottom. The scale of the Pixel 4a is 144.2 x 69.5 x 8.2 mm and should be available in black and white. Note that this is an early rendering and the final product is by no means. We should see the launch of the Pixel 4a during Google I / O 2020 alongside the next version of Android.