The Google Pixel 4a has appeared in new renders. It looks like the Pixel 4 with a few changes. The Pixel 4a will be coming as Google’s midrange version of the Google Pixel 4 flagship series.
The Pixel 3a achieved much success when it was launched. It was well-received by users who did not care much about flagship specs but just wanted the stock Android experience and a good camera. We expect the Pixel 4a to achieve a similar level of success too.
According to the render from @OnLeaks, we see a device with a punch-hole display. The punch-hole sits at the top-left corner of the display. It houses the device’s front camera. This would be a first for the Pixel lineup.
One noticeable physical feature is that the bezels appear slimmer than what we see in the Pixel 3a. It is believed that the Pixel 4a will have a screen between 5.7 inches and 5.8 inches.
On the back of the device, we see a protruding square camera cutout, just like in the flagship Pixel 4 devices. However, the setup on the Pixel 4a is smaller and appears to come with just one camera with an LED flash. There is also a fingerprint sensor at the back of the device.
These are still early renders of the Pixel 3a and may not exactly portray the final product. We also do not yet have word on the actual specs of the device.
The Pixel 4a may likely be launched during Google I/O 2020.