The smartpohne could be announced in the next couple of weeks.
Google’s budget-friendly version of the Pixel 4 could finally be announced, judging by an official render of the device that appeared on the Google Store. The Pixel 4a – how it is officially called, will feature toned down specifications so keep it a much affordable price compared to the flagship Pixel 4.
The Pixel 4a has been the subject of a lot of leaks that have circulated online in the past few months, somehow confirming that Google is also releasing a cheaper version of their flagship smartphone just like what it did with the Pixel 3a last year.
Rumors point to a $400 price for the Pixel 4a, which will reportedly run on a Snapdragon 730 CPU. It will still have the same 6GB of RAM like its big brother, but will only be available in one storage variant: 128GB. Other features include a plastic (likely polycarbonate) body and 18W fast charging. Google is also removing wireless charging on the Pixel 4a to keep the cheaper price and will bring back a fingerprint sensor at the back.
The Pixel 4a is just one of the three devices Google is releasing this year. Aside from the Pixel 4a, a 5G version of the Pixel 4a is also scheduled for release as well as the flagship Pixel 5. These devices are likely scheduled to release this fall, just in time for Android 11’s release.