The Pixel 4a has leaked ahead of its launch, with a hands-on video of this smartphone making its way into the web courtesy TecnoLike, of a Cuban reviewer. It comes only days after pictures of this apparatus had emerged on the web.
The video not only shows off the phone’s design but goes a step further by revealing anything much about the device — such as the phone seems to have been created from plastic.
The review by TecnoLike also asserts the device will come with an integrated flash module and a single sensor. It could also come with a time-of-flight (ToF) sensor to help with portrait style shots.
Aside from that, the telephone does away with the Project Soli technology which was introduced with Pixel 4 and will house a capacitive fingerprint scanner. There is are also a USB-C port at the base of the device sat next to a 3.5millimeter headset jack up top.
The front of the Pixel 4a is promised to incorporate a 5.81-inch screen with a maximum resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels. The review also takes the lid off the pixel density of the board — 443 pixels per inch pixel density — and also its refresh rate which has been revealed to max out in 60Hz. The phone’s other specs are said to be a Snapdragon 730 chip sat alongside 6GB of RAM, a 3,080mAh battery pack and 64GB of non-expandable storage.
For software, this apparatus at the hands have been demonstrated to come running Android 10 using the April 5 security patch, hinting that this is a production model running a beta version.
Interestingly, TecnoLike has suggested that there might not be an XL version of this gadget. This variant of this device is a SIM offering. Previously reports have claimed there are also 5G variants of this phone.