The Pixel 4A could be Google’s first mobile phone to have a hole-punch display, new renders released by 91Mobiles claim. The unofficial renders, that are based on details presented by leaker OnLeaks, might be an unannounced budget variant of the recently introduced Pixel 4, close to Pixel 3A that was followed by last year’s Pixel 3.
The design appears to combine Pixel 4 and 3A elements. The 3.5 mm headphone jack from the 3A returns, as do the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor and the bottom-firing speakers. In the meantime, the Pixel 4 square camera bump also appears here. While there were two sensors on the back of the Pixel 4, however, the renders claim that the 4A will have only one. It is reported that the 4A will come with a 5.7 or 5.8-inch screen, a tad larger than the 5.6-inch display found in the pixel 3A.
There is no word about whether the Project Soli motion-sensing technology of the Pixel 4 will be included. However, since the rendering shows the 4A with a much smaller top bezel than the Pixel 4, it would have taken the technology to shrink significantly to fit. Because the Pixel 3A’s selling point was its budget price, it feels unlikely.
The Pixel 4A is expected to be revealed to the Pixel 3A at a similar time of year, which means we could see it in May 2020, according to 9to5Google. The Pixel 3A was one of this year’s favorite midrange phones, and if Google manages to hit a similar price point, the 4A could make a great successor.
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These are unofficial renders, so there is no guarantee that the mobile phone ends up looking like this. It should also be mentioned that Google has not officially verified that the mobile phone is in the first place. However, provided details that come from OnLeaks, who had previously been behind exact Note 10 and iPhone 11 pre-announcement leaks, there is a good chance they will be accurate.