Unofficial Render Claims Google’s Pixel 4A Would Feature A Hole-Punch Display


It looks like Google’s first phone would be featuring a hole-punch display and new renders

According to the information by leaker OnLeaks, the unofficial renders show what could be an unannounced budget version of the recently released Pixel 4. The information added that the Pixel 4A is similar to the Pixel 3A.

Describing the phone, the design appears to combine elements of both the Pixel 4 and the 3A, having the headphone jack from the Pixel 3A. So does the bottom-firing speakers and rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.

Pixel 4 is said to features two sensors on its rear, a 5.7 or 5.8-inch screen. The 5.7 or 5.8-inch screen is a little bigger than the 5.6-inch display in the Pixel 3A.

According to a new report by 9to5Google, the Pixel 4A is going to be rolling out in May 2020. The phone could be the best if it manages to hit a similar price point as Pixel 3A or even more.

However, there is no guarantee that the phone would end up looking the way we described. It is also worthy to note that the company has not confirmed the existence of the phone. With the information given by OnLeak, we are 100% sure they could be accurate.

All we need to do now is to sit back and wait for the official announcement from Google itself. We will, however, keep you updated on any further details.


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