Google Pixel 4a hands-on review video reveals almost everything about the phone
Google has a history where everything about its phones leaks online much before its official launch date. Upcoming Google Pixel 4a seems no different. This Google’s A-series phone yesterday made its first round of internet leaks where some of its images were posted on Reddit. A day later, the Google Pixel 4a hands-on review was published on youtube.
YouTube channel TechnoLike Plus somehow managed to get its hands on unannounced Google phone. In his Pixel 4a hands-on review video, he has showcased phone’s design and also revealed almost all the specifications of the phone.
In this Pixel 4a hands-on video, the phone seems to feature a punch-hole in the top left corner of the screen and sqaure~ish rear camera module. The rear panel of the phone also includes a good old capacitive fingerprint sensor.
Although the video is in Spanish, with the help of youtube’s auto-translated captions one can almost everything about the Pixel 4a specs. The Google Pixel is said to arrive with a 5.81-inches FHD+ LCD screen at 443 ppi. Though, there is no 90Hz or 120Hz higher refresh rate for the mid-range phone. Google is likely to retain a 3.5 mm audio jack on the Pixel 4a as confirmed in the hands-on video. The phone has a USB-C port at the bottom, flanked between two speaker grilles.
As rumoured the Pixel 4a is banking up Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 SoC for performance where it will be paired with 6GB of RAM memory and 64GB storage.
the Pixel 4a battery wise features a 3,080mAh power unit.
In the Pixel 4a hands-on video, we also get to a preview of its cameras. It features a 12-megapixel rear camera. However, it is very unlikely that Google will offer an inferior camera phone to us. Its primary rear camera can shoot 4K video recording at 30fps.