The launch of Google Pixel 4a has been in the buzz for quite some time, and its renders were leaked online. A UK-based ESR gear, known for making phone cases, has leaked renders of Google Pixel 4a.
Anyhow, unlike other renders, Google Pixel 4a renders were of the final design with all the details. Along with the phone’s final design, the details of the upcoming wireless charging feature was revealed through the renders.
Reportedly, the Google PIxel 4a would be priced around $349, which is $50 lesser than its rival iPhone SE 64GB model. The smartphone comes with a 5.8-inch OLED screen with a 128 GB internal storage. There is a single-camera sensor at the rear, coming in a square shape module. This is an attractive style for a single camera module to be housed in a square-shaped module.
Looks, like Google, have focused a lot on budget-level smartphones, and the pricing would shake the market. Google Pixel 4a would come as a fair deal for those on a tight budget. There is a fingerprint sensor mounted at the rear, facilitating the device lock and unlock feature comfortably.
The wireless charging feature is so far the best available feature in budget smartphones. Only premium, flagship phones used to get wireless charging features. The users have to spend more money to avail of such an attractive feature. Google, Pixel 4a would bring groundbreaking trends with the introduction of wireless charging at the budget level.
iPhone SE and Google Pixel 4a both are head-on-head in comparison with features. Anyhow, iPhone SE has got the latest A13 Bionic chip that makes it superior to the iPhone. Anyhow, Pixel 4a has its own advantage of a larger OLED screen, better camera at a lower price. We will have to wait and see how Google would perform with this sensational combo after it is officially announced.