Google Pixel 4a has appeared in an official render on Google Store ahead launch.
The render illustrates a black version of the Google Pixel 4a with a green power button, a single-camera on the back, a front hole-punch camera and a fingerprint sensor on the back. We can also notice the phone is equipped with a 5.8-inch punch-hole display, seemingly integrating uniform bezels
Lately, we’ve come upon a series of leaks of the upcoming Google Pixel 4a, and the recent leaks are not exactly surprising.
A french phone retailer has just leaked the release date, price and color options for the upcoming Google Pixel 4a and the first thought we have is that the Pixel 4a might be quite expensive.
Reddit user Bronzey91 discovered the leak that says that the smartphone arrives on July 7 and it comes in the ‘Just Black’ and ‘Barely Blue’ versions, at €509.56, which converts to $575/£460. The smartphone was rumored to cost about $349, and the recent leak shows a significantly higher price, even higher than the iPhone SE’s $399/£419 price.
With a modern design, wireless charging and photo capabilities I think it is safe to say the Pixel 4a could be a competitor for the iPhone SE. Do you agree?