Google Pixel 4a spotted in Geekbench database

Google Pixel 4A featured on GeekBench while we await its release

It's still bigger than the Pixel 3a, although the prior isn't exactly big for a budget phone in 2020.

Google Pixel 4a budget smartphone, which is a watered-down variant of the Pixel 4 launched a year ago, has been making rounds since past several months. This is especially true since Google's rivals launched a series of their own mid-range phones. Now more than ever, phone manufacturers are targeting people on tighter budgets, who might otherwise have kept their old phone for another year. Similarly, Google will launch the Google Pixel 4a series but from a few reports, we got to know that this year Google will only release the Pixel 4a and skipping the XL variant. Google Pixel 4a will be on Android 10 out of the box. The reasons are twofold: raising the price of a device specifically aimed at budget users would be a odd move. A simulated billboard showing $ 399 price published by the leak technician Evan Blass He also noted the same price.

Google Pixel 4a is going to be launched later this month and if rumors are to believed, the smartphone might cost around $400. A report from the German site Caschys Blog, however, said the phone will launch more specifically on May 22 in Europe through the mobile phone operator Vodafone.

The name for the device is confirmed, Pixel 4a of course. We know how it looks like, thanks to the hands-on images and the CAD renders, and we also know the specifications via all the previous leaks. You will see a 3.5 mm headphone jack in Pixel 4a which is a relief. Experts suggest that Google Pixel 4a will have a OLED screen by 5.81 inches and a resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels. The camera matches the primary sensor on Pixel 4, Pixel 3, and Pixel 3a. The front-facing camera, on the other hand, is an 8-megapixel unit, Sony's IM355 sensor with an f/2.0 aperture, and 1.14um pixel size.