18 March 2020
The launch of the Google Pixel 4a is unknown as the company has canceled the I/O conference that was meant to happen in May. But expect the mid-range Pixel phone to launch during the same timeframe. Thanks to so many leaks, including the real-life images, we know how the alleged Pixel 4a could look like. But, above all those leaks, we are seeing an interesting leak that clearly shows the device in the full picture and even reveals the price of the device.
The very-known tipster Evan Blass has shared an image that includes the advertisement of the Pixel 4a onboard. The image shows three advertisements, including the one revealing the starting price of the Pixel 4a and that, is $399.
The advertisement board shows the name of the phone with the tagline “The New Google Phone.” The picture of the Pixel 4a on the advertisement board matches with those we have already seen through all those previous leaks. There is a single hole-punch residing on the top left corner of the display. On the back, the Pixel 4a has a square-ish module which is accommodating a single camera with an LED flash in a diagonal arrangement. The advertisement board also offers a look at the side pose of the device and from the appearance, it looks like, the camera module is somewhat bulging out. The fingerprint scanner in circular shape is mounted on the back.
Recently, TechoLike Plus, a Spanish YouTube channel managed to get hands on the phone that was allegedly available for sale at a local phone shop. Reportedly, the shop shared images and videos of the phone with the YouTuber who then shared it on his channel.
The video shows a phone similar to what we are seeing in the advertisement. The YouTuber even shared the internals of the phones, providing more details. The device is said to be coming with Snapdragon 730 processor and could come coupled with 6GB RAM and 64GB storage. It is said to be housing a 12MP primary sensor.