Unfortunately for Google, it cannot be said that its next smartphone has managed to gain great popularity before its launch. In addition to the various controversies regarding the specifications of the Google Pixel 4a, its presentation date has been a real roller coaster ride.
Originally, its official presentation was expected during the month of May, ending up being postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The event was then postponed to June, then July, and information emerged that put its presentation only in October this year. Obviously, fans of Pixel smartphones ended up not being at all satisfied with these news.
Now, FCC certification of Google Pixel 4a gives new hope to these users. Usually, smartphones that are certified by the American agency end up being officially presented shortly. So it seems unlikely that Google will wait until October to introduce the new mid-range smartphone.
Unfortunately, an official submission date has not yet been revealed and this certification did not confirm details about its specifications. In addition to the mobile network bands it supports, it just confirmed that the Google Pixel 4a will arrive with a e-label, in order to keep your rear panel as clean as possible.
Alleged Google Pixel 4a specifications
- 5.81 “inch LCD screen with Full HD + resolution and punch hole
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 processor
- 4GB RAM
- 64GB / 128GB internal memory
- 12.2 megapixel rear camera
- 8 megapixel front camera
- Fingerprint reader on the rear panel
- 3.080mAh battery with support for fast charging at 18W
- Android 10
Although it has not been officially confirmed, several rumors and leaks point to a price that should be between 350 and 400 euros. Considering your list of specifications, we will need to wait to see the performance level of your cameras to speculate whether or not it will be a good investment.
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