Google Pixel 4a photographed again, have a look at the punch hole and square camera bump
The Pixel 4a has been spotted once again and this time there are more than a couple of photos of the encounter. The images show the phone’s new camera setups on the front and back, plus the latest iteration of the familiar fabric case.
Google chose a punch hole design for the selfie camera, though there’s a noticeable mismatch between the punch hole itself and the camera lens. The tiny lens just looks weird (the size difference is clearly visible in the first three images).
Not that the back of the phone will win any beauty contests. It keeps the square camera bump of the Pixel 4, but it feels empty as there’s only one camera on there. There’s also a photo showing the phone with the case off, however the camera seems smudged in that one.
Notice that the fingerprint reader has returned to the back, which suggests that the Pixel 4a will use an LCD screen. Not pictured here, but the phone is supposed to have a 3.5mm headphone jack on top.
One of the Pixel 4a models is expected to feature 5G connectivity, that would be Google’s first 5G phone. The 4a phones should launch before the next flagship models, the Pixel 5 (which may be moving away from the square camera bump).
- 28 Mar 2020
Every phone at these dalys have to get amoled display Its shit with lcd even 3a had amold
- 26 Mar 2020
How does the fingerprint reader on the back suggest it's moved to an LCD display? Happy regardless, LCDs are great.
- 11 Mar 2020
A square bump for a single camera looks like it is faking being something that it is not. It appears cheap and dishonest.