Google Pixel 4a: First pictures show punch-hole display and Galaxy S10 design

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Shortly before the end of the year, the possibly last big leak 2019 reaches us: The Google Pixel 4a shows itself in full splendor for the first time on pictures – and in the video above this article. The material comes from a generally extremely reliable leak expert.

@OnLeaks and 91Mobiles have prevented the Google Pixel 4a based on renders published on Twitter to give an idea on what the best cheap camera smartphone in 2020 may look like. At least the predecessor was unrivaled in its price range at launch. Customers have also honored this: Pixel 3a is Google’s most successful smartphone to date.

With the Google Pixel 4a, the search engine giant seems to be using a punch-hole display for the first time: Similar to the Samsung Galaxy S10, the hole for the front camera is located in the corner of the screen at the top left instead of the top right.

For the Pixel 3a (XL) and Pixel 4 (XL), the manufacturer has housed the front camera in a relatively wide upper edge of the screen. The Google Pixel 4a is extremely narrow. This is good news because it leaves more space for the actual image area.

According to 91mobiles, the display itself measures between 5.7 and 5.8 inches diagonally. Due to the narrow edges of the screen, the Google Pixel 4a is more compact than the Pixel 3a.

On the back, there is a single lens, just like its predecessor, not a dual-camera like the Pixel 4. This would be a little disappointing. But even if you would have to condense on optical zoom, we could expect excellent image quality. 

Another parallel to its predecessor is the picture, the built-in 3.5 mm jack to be able to connect headphones to the Google Pixel 4a without an adapter. If the price is right, the Pixel 4a could be one of the most interesting smartphones of the year. 

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