Google’s latest ‘flagship’ is unusual, to say the least. You see, it’s not a traditional flagship in terms of specifications or price, yet it’s clearly what Google considers its top smartphone for 2020. It could be argued that 2019’s Pixel 4 and 4 XL are superior – they’re certainly more powerful and (in the XL’s case) larger, plus they did have a proper telephoto camera. You could also argue that this year’s Pixel 4a 5G is better value, but I’d like to review the ‘5’ on its own merits – as it’s a super-compact slice of high tech with only one Achilles heel (for my personal needs).
Google Pixel 4a
Google unveiled the Pixel 4a in August, and the device is now available in India. Google has launched Pixel 4a and the new Nest speakers in India. Interestingly, Pixel 4 never arrived in India as the government didn’t allow Soli chip. The Google Pixel 4a is priced at Rs 31,999, and as an introductory offer, the device will be sold at Rs 29,999 for a limited period.
Google has finally pulled the wraps from Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a 5G at the “Launch Night In” event. The Pixel 5 features a new dual rear camera setup and runs Android 11 out of the box.
Earlier this month, Google released the much-awaited Pixel 4a. Now Pixel 4a is mentioned on the list of devices that support Android beta. In other words, Pixel 4a users will now be able to sign up for a beta.
Google has finally announced the much-rumored Pixel 4a. The Pixel 4a was expected to be launched at the Google I/O earlier this year. However, the event was canceled due to ongoing pandemic. The Google Pixel 4a is priced at $349, and it borrows heavily from the Pixel 4.
The Pixel 4a is expected to go official any day now. There have been so many leaks surrounding Google’s next affordable smartphone that it has become hard to keep track of them. Now, the Pixel 4a has been unintentionally leaked by Google through its own website. Let us have a look at its design.
Google’s strategy with Pixel smartphones hasn’t really worked as well as the company had hoped. The Pixel 4 and the Pixel 4 XL’s launch was a disaster, and the phones didn’t even launch in many countries, including India, due to regulatory issues with the Project Soli radar system. The 2020 Pixel lineup looks even more disastrous. The phones have leaked but they didn’t make sense. Today, we’re going to decipher Google’s upcoming Pixel smartphones and how they fit into this year’s lineup.
Google’s next mid-range Pixel has been leaked in its entirety. Its design, features, specs, and pricing has been reported extensively, and it was rumored that the mid-range phone would be unveiled in June 2020. Now, a new report suggests that the Pixel 4a has seen another delay in the launch.