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Google Pixel 4a: the first camera samples are leaked

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The Spanish blogger Julio Lusson from the channel TecnoLike Plus, who previously published a hands-on video of the upcoming Google Pixel 4a smartphone, shared examples of photos taken by the camera of the smartphone.

Julio Lusson compared Pixel 4a with photos taken on a 48-megapixel Redmi Note 7 camera. Naturally, the Google smartphone won this “battle”, even though it has a 12-megapixel module. The smartphone’s camera has shown itself to be excellent, even in low light conditions. By the way, this could not be the final model of the device. So in the final version of the device, the camera will probably shoot even better.

Google Pixel 4a: the first camera samples are leaked

Recall that the Pixel 4a should be presented in the coming weeks. The smartphone will receive a 5.81-inch OLED display with a notch for the front camera, a Snapdragon 730 chip paired with 6 GB of RAM and 64/128 GB of ROM. In addition to a 3080 mAh battery with support for 15-watt charging. The smartphone will arrive in two colors and a price tag of $400.

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It is worth mentioning that Google’s mid-range smartphone, the Pixel 4A has been rumored for quite a while. The company was expected to launch it in its Google I/O 2020, but it got canceled due to COVID-19. Yesterday, a german website has claimed that the device might be available for sale starting from May 22.

Going into the details, the german website has posted that the sales of the Pixel 4A might start from May 22 in Dusseldorf city, Germany. The website claims some internal documents saying that Vodafone carrier has already listed the device for sale and the sales might begin from the above-mentioned date.

However, there is no mention of the pricing of the device in the post. As of now, there is no word about the launch date from Google. This leak tells us that Google may hold an Online-event before the said date or just unveil the phone like what Apple did with its SE 2020.

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Via: gizchina.com

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