The Google Pixel 4A still hasn’t launched yet, but it continues to be the worst kept secret in all of smartphone history. We’ve essentially seen everything the device has to offer way ahead of its launch, but now we’ve got even more to see as a case leak for the device shows off more of the design.
We get another look at the device’s hole-punch camera, as well as its button and port placement. Truth be told, the device doesn’t really change all that much compared to the Pixel 3A, but that design was already well liked. They’ve made changes where it matters like reducing the display notch, and Google have never been ones to push the envelope of mobile design.
The case itself is a fair bit more interesting to talk about at this point. It’s a fully protective case, and features cut-outs for all ports, cameras and speakers. It comes in two colours, those being black and purple. It’s actually not a bad looking case considering how protective it is.
The Pixel 4a will allegedly sport a 5.81-inch OLED screen with 1080×2340 resolution, a 3,080 mAh battery with 18W wired charging, a 12 MP rear cam with OIS, and an 8 MP selfie snapper (with 84-degree field-of-view) tucked inside the hole-punch in the display. At the helm will be Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 730 SoC.
When the device finally launches on the 22nd of May, I’m not sure if there will be much left for Google to announce. We’re certainly still looking forward to the announcement though, if only because it still looks like a solid device. For more updates on the Google Pixel 4A, stay tuned on Giztop.com.
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