The popular Google smartphone lineup Pixel is prepared for a new device launch. The Pixel 4 lineup was released last year by Google. Pixel 4 lineup didn’t receive good feedback from lots of users. It was over expensive given the specifications. So now Google is now launching Google Pixel 4A, the earlier company launched Pixel 3A which was said to be a cheaper version of the Pixel 3 lineup. Pixel series was on top during the Pixel 2 lineup because of cameras. But in Pixel 4 because of overpriced smartphones, the lineup received bad feedback. This Pixel 4A is now supposed to be the same cheaper lowered down version of Pixel 4. Google is preparing for the launch and the device is now spotted on the Geekbench.
A device codenamed Sunfish appeared on Geekbench this is believed to be Pixel 4A. As the device is listed on Geekbench some specifications are revealed. The Pixel 4A will be equipped with an octa-core processor that has 1.80Ghz base frequency. So according to this range, the processor might be Qualcomm snapdragon 730G chipset. Also, the Geek bench score is nearer to the score of Redmi K20 which has 730G chipset. Geekbench didn’t reveal more details. But it is expected to be coming with the 5.81 inches OLED panel. A full HD+ resolution with the 1080 X 2340 pixels. Some leaks stated that the battery will be 3080 mAh with the 18W fast charging support.
Google Pixel 4A will be equipped with 12MP single rear camera and 8MP front shooter. A traditional rear fingerprint with the presence of 3.5mm audio headphone jack. The storage variants will be 64GB and 128GB. The available colors will be just black and barely blue. The posters were earlier revealed that the device will be with $399 price tag. Expected launch date is May 22 2020.
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