Aug 23, 2020 News
Google Pixel 4a has been released and is now currently in the market - and is already a fan favourite amongst smartphone users. The 4a was priced at $349, a great deal for the specs the phone comes with. AMOLED display, Snapdragon 730G, decent RAM and amazing software - all for a great price. Now the other two devices that were in the conveyor belt along the 4a are expected to release next month, somewhere around the end of September. We’re talking about the 4a 5G and the flagship, Pixel 5 from Google. Previously the specs of these devices were unknown for the most part - but we finally have on our hands, what might be the confirmed specs of the two upcoming Google phones.
The Pixel 5 is expected to come with a base configuration of 8GB RAM and 128GB storage, both of which are enough for phone usage in 2020. Moreover, as predicted earlier by us and other sources as well, the flagship phone from Google this year will consist of a Snapdragon 765G as its main processor, a good move by the tech giant in our opinion. Google might’ve realized that it’s better to penetrate the sub 700 dollar market instead of going full out trying to battle the industry giants like Samsung, Apple and Huawei. Moving on to the Pixel 4a 5G, it’s also going to get an upgrade in the chipset department, as it jumps from 730G to 765G from its base 4G variant.
The Pixel 5 will house a 90Hz OLED display which will be 6 inches - just 2 inches shorter than the 4a 5G. The camera situation seems to be different this year too, as the Pixel 5 is going to have 2 cameras at the back, with an ultra wide as the secondary lens. Google has never put an ultrawide camera on their phones, so this is a first for them.
The pricing situation seems to still be unknown for the Pixel 5, as we can expect it to cost anywhere around 650 dollars. However, Google has confirmed the price tag of the 4a 5G, as it’s going to ship at $499, a decent enough price for the specs you’re getting.