Google Pixel 4a Gets Rendered by Letsgodigital and Concept Creator

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Google Pixel 4a is probably the last phone on our minds these days, with all the foldables and uncertainty around the MWC 2020 flagships that should have launched. We’ve already seen an ugly Google Pixel 5 and now the Pixel 4a just got rendered by Letsgodigital and Concept Creator, with a joint Dutch project.

The Pixel 4a is likely to debut this May, at I/O 2020 with the Android 11 announcement. The device has been codenamed “Sunfish” and it’s an odd duck, with a square back camera module that holds a weird singular sensor. We’re not even sure that a Pixel 4a will exist, so take it with a grain of salt. Some even say we may just get a Pixel 4a XL this year, sans the smaller unit. Jermaine Smith, a Dutch designer also known as Concept Creator envisions a punch hole selfie camera here and a removed forehead, but it does keep a chin.

Leaks have mentioned a Snapdragon 730 CPU inside, 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. There’s no 5G support here, but we may get a Pixel 5 with such a feature later in the year. Pixel 4a is said to have a 5.7 inch OLED screen with Full HD+ resolution, slightly bigger than the 5.6 inch of the Pixel 3a. The front camera is a mystery, while the rear one will be a 12.2 MP shooter. A single camera sounds like a big compromise in 2020, so it better be good…

There’s no 90 Hz screen here, no Soli Radar chip, no face recognition. All of these omissions make me think of a really low price, but the Pixel series is anything but cheap. Expect color hues like black and white, but also an unusual one, like blue or purple, even orange or pink. This will go against the iPhone 9, so it should be priced at $399 or maybe less. We also have a video of the device below, in a truly electric blue. Check it out. Somehow it makes me miss the Nexus age…

via Letsgodigital/ Concept Creator

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