Google Pixel 4a is the successor to the last year pixel 3a, an affordable offering by Google for those who want to own a flagship-grade camera within a limited budget. Google, at the time of the launch, announced Pixel 4a debut in India to be somewhere around October but didn't announce an exact date. But today, we have come to know that Pixel 4 is going to launch in India on October 17 and will go on sale via India's biggest online retailer Flipkart.
The information came through Google's official Twitter handle. Though the tweet does clear doubt about the launch date, nothing has been revealed regarding the pricing of the smartphone. Google Pixel 4a is currently selling for $349 in the USA, which roughly translates to 25,700 Indian Rupees. But direct conversion is unlikely to hold valid here since Pixel phones are usually priced higher in India as compared to the USA or European markets.
Anyways, The Google Pixel 4a comes powered via Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G chipset, paired with at least a 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. Upfront, there is 5.81 inched Full HD+ OLED display, counting to a pixel density of 443ppi, featuring a punch hole located at the top left corner of the screen sporting an 8MP selfie shooter.
Around the back, there is a single 12MP f/1.7 primary shooter that supports optical image stabilization and offers the same camera experience as other high-end pixel smartphones (Pixel 5 to comes with the same 12mp primary shooter). For the battery, Google Pixel 4a packs a 3,140 mAh of battery that supports an 18W fast charger that comes bundled in the box. Pixel 4a also features a stereo speaker setup and two mics with a noise suppression algorithm.
For authentication, you get a traditional back-mounted fingerprint scanner. Other highlights of Pixel 4a includes 4G VOLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth v5.0, GPS/ A GPS, NFC, and a near-extinct 3.5mm jack. The Pixel 4a will compete against OnePlus Nord and other Chinese smartphones, who are currently offering immense value for money proposition.
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