Google Pixel 4a renders showcase punch-hole display and a familiar design

Google launched its ‘a’ series of mid-range Pixel smartphones in May this year with the Pixel 3a and 3a XL. We already knew the Pixel 4a lineup will definitely launch in the first half of 2020 considering Pixel sales grew 2x year-over-year in Q2 2019, as per Google CEO Sundar Pichai. Now, 91mobiles has partnered with @OnLeaks to bring to you the first look at Pixel 4a smartphone with 5K renders and 360-degree video. The renders show the Pixel 4a will feature a punch-hole display, single camera on the back, and 3.5mm audio jack.

The Google Pixel 4a renders reveal the handset will be the first in the Pixel lineup to feature a punch-hole in the top-left corner to house the selfie camera. The display will be flat and will measure 5.7-inch or 5.8-inch in size; this will be a small increase over the 5.6-inch screen of the Pixel 3a. A thin earpiece is visible above the display, and bezels around the screen are quite thick. However, the bezels above and below the screen are smaller than on its predecessor. It is unclear whether the handset will support Project Soli-based Motion Sense tech for gesture control, especially since the bezels are narrower than on Pixel 4.

Moving on to the back, we see the matte finish back and the protruding camera hump. The camera layout is similar to what we have seen on Pixel 4 as well as iPhone 11 series — however, this time around there is only a single sensor and a LED flash. According to @Onleaks, there will be more sensors housed within the camera module. Also on the back are the physical fingerprint sensor and the big ‘G’ logo.


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