The Google Pixel 4a will most certainly have a Snapdragon 730 processor powering it. This means there'll be no 5G, at least, in one variant. Rumors have indicated that as many as three 4a variants could be launching, but only definitive evidence of one has emerged.
The best part of the Pixel 4a is likely to be the same as the Pixel 3a: getting the basics done incredibly well, pairing it with an awesome camera and slick Google software, and doing it at a great price.
The Pixel 3a was a smash hit last year, but its release in between the Pixel 3 and 4 always felt off. Google looks to do the same thing this year with the Pixel 4a, continuing the unnecessarily confusing release schedule.
A new report claims that Google may be dropping the Pixel 4a XL and focus on pushing a singular small Pixel 4a phone this year. This would mark the first time the firm breaks from its two phone size release cycle.
The first batch of Google Pixel 4a renders have arrived, and there’s a lot to unpack. Assuming these are accurate, the phone will have a hole-punch notch, 3.5mm headphone jack, and familiar rear camera housing.