Google Pixel 4a to Be Launched on 17th October

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Google Pixel 4a, which has been a much talked about the device already in the mobile markets of the and other countries, is now coming to India as well. Google plans to launch the 3a successor on the 17th of October 2020.




The single tone jet black-colored device is available with many features and that too at an affordable price range. One thing which we also cannot forget that, it’s a Google-branded device, which means that it’s already premium.

Now, in the outside markets its sold for $349 (roughly Rs. 25,700) base model. But in India the prices might vary a little and most probably, they’d be higher than this price tag due to various reasons.




Google Pixel 4a has been one of the prime choices for individuals and many times, we’ve also seen it being compared with the base iPhone models as well. But whatsoever, its been quite late that it’s entering the India market, still, it’s worth a look at. And to expand on what the device packs under its hood, let’s look at some of its features.

Google Pixel 4a to Be Launched on 17th October




Performance

The device is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G SoC along with 6 GB of DDR4 ram for fast processing. And being a Google device, you can be sure of that, it’ll always be on the latest Android software, which is currently being the Android 11.

It also clubs a 128 GB storage, which is quite enough for a mobile device, but if you want more then there’s a catch as no expansion slots have been provided.

 

Display

The device comes with a 5.81-inch full-HD+ (1,080×2,340 pixels) OLED display with 19.5:9 aspect ratio, 443ppi pixel density. It’s enough to watch crispy videos and playing games without any frame lags.




Battery

The battery might not sound that heavy to you if we mention that its a 3,140mAh battery but the optimization from Google makes the battery last long for full-day use. It also comes with an 18W fast charging as well.

 

Camera

For those who might be amazed by the cameras, it might come as a shock that Google Pixel 4a offers just a single camera setup, both front, and back. But it’s their toned down device for the Google Pixel 4, which is bundled with more features.

The camera is 8 and 12.2 Megapixel for front and back, respectively. But the photos are crispy clear and can definitely compare with a three or four camera setup in the same price segment.




Also Read- Apple New iPad 8th Gen: A Definite Buy If You’re Looking for a Tablet

The sale would go live on Flipkart exclusively on the 17th of October 2020, and anyone wishing to get hold of the device should mark the dates for sure.

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