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Google Pixel 4a smiles for the camera in these official views

After months of speculation and teasing, we finally know that Google’s Pixel 3a will become official on August 3, thanks to a recent Google plague. So far, we’ve heard pretty much everything about the device, and we know what it will bring to the table. We’ve even got our hands on a few hands-on videos, but so far we haven’t seen the official display of the device, and that ends today.

Google Pixel 4a brings Snapdragon 730G, 6GB RAM and costs $ 349

The leak is courtesy Ishan Agarwal who took to Twitter and revealed these renders along with the specifications of the device. It seems that Google plans to price the iPhone SE and OnePlus Nord, and while the specs are certainly not comparable to what the OnePlus Nord has to offer, you get the taste of vanilla Android and the strong software support from Google. Here’s your look at the renderings below.

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Frankly, even with the official views, there is nothing we haven’t seen. The phone looks what a Pixel device would look like and that is totally fine. You get the same design as on a Google Pixel design, but this design is a lot like a plastic unibody, which makes sense considering the price.

As for the specifications, the Google Pixel 4a would have a 6 / 128GB configuration, Snapdragon 730G, a 5.81-inch punch camera with Full HD + resolution and an OLED panel. Powering the device goes to a 3,140mAh battery under the hood Agarwal also pointed out how there will be a Pixel 4a 5G that will launch in the fall with a $ 499 price tag.

As for the optics, the Pixel 4a will launch with a 12.2-megapixel camera with f / 1.7 and optical image stabilization. On the front you have an 8-megapixel camera and you can record up to 4K @ 30FPS and 1080p at 120FPS. You also get the Titan M security module.

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