Google Mistakenly Revealed The Pixel 4a To The world

The official render of the Google Pixel 4a has surfaced online, thanks to Google itself. The render was spotted on Google’s Canadian store page where an image of the Nest WiFi should have been. This means that technically the design of the Pixel 4a is no longer secret, however, it’s great to have the design confirmed once and for all.

The Pixel 4a comes with a single selfie camera embedded into the display, a single rear camera with a flash, capacitive fingerprint scanner and a headphone jack. We could see that date on the phone’s screen is May 12, which seemingly confirms that Google was planning to launch the Pixel 4a at its I/O conference, but decided to push the announcement back.

Pixel 4a official render appears online

The Pixel 4a has been getting several certifications  these past few weeks, which would means that it’s on its way to being official very soon. However some rumors point to a fall launch, namely October. We’ll keep you posted!

Via

You might also like

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.

x