The Google Pixel 4a has been in circulation in the rumor mill since last year. The device itself is no longer a big secret and now all we need is an official announcement from Google. A new leak is appearing on the Cuban YouTube channel TechnoLike Plus today. It shows a pre-production unit of the Pixel 4a in all its glory. The most interesting part is that the YouTuber has performed a benchmark that confirms some of the internals of this handset.
Under the hood, the new handset has the Snapdragon 730 chipset from Qualcomm and 6 GB of RAM. It's not the most impressive setup for a 2020 phone, but it's still better than the Snapdragon 670 found in last year's Pixel 3A. The handset scored over 268,973 points in AnTuTu, and that's a solid result when we compare it to other mid-range phones.
After diving into the technical data, the video follows with some detailed details about the battery. Pixel 4a survived with 7 hours and 21 minutes of screen time during one test and 5 hours and 20 minutes on the other. According to the leaks, it is a 3,080 mAh battery, and the results are roughly at the level of this capacity.
According to the leaks, the Google Pixel 4A with a 5.81-inch FullHD + OLED display with hole puncher will debut selfie camera. The handset will be available in two versions – one with 64 GB memory and one with 128 GB. Since it is a pixel smartphone, you should not expect support for microSD cards. On the back we have a single 12-megapixel camera, but thanks to the Google Camera app, this is not a big problem.
The handset was originally planned for May 22. However, this will only happen in June. Apparently, it becomes official during Android 11's online unveiling.