After waits of eons and tons of rumors, Google‘s mid-range Pixel 4a is finally here. The company announced the device today with a starting price of $349.
Google’s naturally banking on its renowned camera tech along with nifty and clean Android experience to entice users. Before we talk more about the device, let’s have a look at the device’s not-so-impressive spec sheet.
- Screen: 5.81-inch full HD+ display
- Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G
- RAM: 6GB
- Rear camera: 12-megapixel single camera with f/1.7 aperture
- Front camera: 8-megapixel single camera with f/1.7 aperture
- Internal storage: 128GB
- Battery: 3,140mAh
- Charging: 18W USB-PD fast charging.
- Software: Android 10
The company is releasing just one size this time, so there’s no Pixel 4a XL. It says that the design team managed to cram 5.81-inch of the screen in a relatively smaller body. So there wasn’t any need for a larger phone. Even after that, thick bezels on the front are visible and daunting.