Google’s Pixel 4A is inevitable as the company recently teased it together with its pricing in a billboard ad. As we draw closer to its release, accessories are teased, hinting the phone’s features. In Google’s case, however, the case for the Google Pixel 4A showcases the phone in all of its glory – revealing the much-awaited Google Pixel 4A.
Unlike the flagship Pixel 4, the Google Pixel 4a features a punch-hole selfie camera, which is a first from Google. The removal of the infamous notch allows the Pixel 4a to have a much bigger screen real estate.
The back, on the other hand, reveals exciting details about the phone. The trendy square camera cutout remains unchanged; however, we have only one 12MP shooter. In place of the under-display fingerprint scanner is a rear-mounted one, which is now only seen in sub $300 phones and is unusual for a $400 phone, especially from Google. Other renders show the presence of a rare 3.5mm headphone jack and a USB-C charging port.
The Google Pixel 4A is yet to be officially announced since Google I/O was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.