The Google Pixel 4a could be landing soon, but there might not be many surprises when it does: a complete specs list has leaked, painting the picture of a competent mid-ranger and one that’s an improvement in almost every way on the Google Pixel 3a.
The Pixel 4a will have a 5.81-inch 1080 x 2340 OLED screen, which would make it both larger and slightly higher resolution than the Pixel 3a. The new phone is also said to sport a punch-hole selfie camera, rather than the large bezel of its predecessor.
As for power, the Pixel 4a will apparently have a mid-range Snapdragon 730 chipset paired with 6GB of RAM, both of which are also up on the Pixel 3a.
The battery is said to be marginally larger at 3,080mAh, and there’s supposedly up to 128GB of storage inside (compared to 64GB in the Pixel 3a). You can also apparently expect 18W wired charging, but no wireless charging.
One thing that might not be much of an upgrade is the camera, as the Pixel 4a apparently has a 12.2MP rear one and an 8MP front-facing one, just like the Pixel 3a. Finally, the Pixel 4a is said to have a 3.5mm headphone port, and will be available in both Just Black and Barely Blue.