In May of last year, Google launched the Pixel 3A and . It was the Pixel phones‘ first foray — and perhaps Google’s return to . Priced at hundreds of dollars less than its main Pixel 3 flagship counterpart, the Pixel 3A phones shaved off key features like wireless charging and water resistance. But it remained a viable alternative for Android users looking for a Pixel phone experience at a lower cost.
The strategic move worked and the Pixel 3A Apple launched its $399 , Samsung announced its next lineup of mid-range and Motorola’s debuted its sub-$300 and . Now more than ever, phone makers are targeting users who may be on a tighter budget.. As such, we expect sequels to the Pixel 3A phones, which would presumably be called the Pixel 4A and 4A XL, to come soon. This is especially true since Google’s rivals released a number of its own mid-tier handsets. Within the month of April alone,
In anticipation of Google’s expected announcement of the Pixel 4A and 4A XL (keep in mind, the company has not released any official news yet), we gathered the most compelling and interesting rumors about the devices. And until the launch happens, check back often as we update the roundup.
Pixel 4A price: $399 looks most probable
Last year’s Pixel 3A cost $399, £399 and AU$649 and the 3A XL cost $479, £469 and AU$799. It wouldn’t be surprising if Google kept the same pricing model this year for its Pixel 4A phones. The reasons are twofold: raising the price of a device specifically geared towards more budget-minded users would be an odd move. Second, premium phone makers seem to consider $399 a good price mark. Apple’s new iPhone SE, for example, is $399 as well as Samsung’s Galaxy A51, which is the most advanced phone of its latest . A price posted by tech leaker Evan Blass also noted the same price.
Pixel 4A release date: Could be May 22?
With the launch of the Pixel 3A being the only reference to go on, it’s difficult to pinpoint an exact launch date for the Pixel 4A. All we can really estimate is some time in May, if Google keeps to the same month at the very least. However, one report from German site Caschys Blog, said that the phone in Europe via mobile carrier Vodafone. If that timing is accurate, we’re about a month away from seeing the Pixel 4A.
Pixel 4A design: Maybe hole-punch camera, headphone jack
There’s no way of knowing what the Pixel 4A officially looks like at this point, but 91Mobiles show the phone with a hole-punch camera and a headphone jack. The hole-punch camera would be consistent with the billboard mockups mentioned earlier, and is a trendy design that is featured on recent Galaxy S20 and OnePlus 8 phones. Keeping the headphone jack wouldn’t be too unexpected since the Pixel 3A also has one. But because more and more phones don’t have the audio port, including the Pixel 4, Google could go either way with either keeping it or leaving it off on the Pixel 4A.from Indian tech website
Pixel 4A camera: May have same dual cameras as Pixel 4
One of the most compelling things about the Pixel 3A was that it had the same camera excellent camera as the Pixel 3, and it would make sense for Google to pack the Pixel 4A with the same camera hardware as the Pixel 4. That may include two rear cameras (a 12.2-megapixel standard camera and a 16-megapixel telephoto lens) as well as an 8-megapixel front-facing camera. But don’t be too surprised if Google decides to mix it up by not copying itself exactly. Last year, it didn’t carry over the second wide-angle front-facing camera that was on the Pixel 3 to the Pixel 3A, and it debuted a timelapse video mode on the Pixel 3A that was new to Pixel phones.
Pixel 4A and 5G connectivity?
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