The budget version of Google’s flagship leaks online.
While Google’s Pixel 4 got rave reviews for its camera, it wasn’t exactly a hit compared to its predecessors. Still, many are expecting the company to release a budget version of the Pixel 4: the Pixel 4a. Much like the Pixel 3a, the Pixel 4a is aimed for budget-conscious consumers and will feature less-powerful hardware while maintaining the Android experience and of course, the camera quality.
This recent render of from @OnLeaks and 91Mobiles shows us what to expect on the latest Pixel 4a: similar design to the Pixel 4 with the same rectangular camera housing. But one big difference is that the Pixel 4a now has a single camera setup. Another noteworthy addition is the rear fingerprint sensor and a 3.5 mm headphone jack, all missing from the flagship Pixel 4. The display is said to feature a punch-hole camera display, allowing it to have slim bezels with no notch.
Of course, the Pixel 4a will be running Android 10 out of the box. While you can take these rumors with a grain of salt, it does point out the possibility on how Google’s budget-friendly Pixel will look like, especially with the Pixel 3a getting rave reviews for performance and price.
Check out 91Mobile’s Pixel 4a renders below and tell us what you think.
[Image credit: @OnLeaks x @91Mobiles]