The long-rumoured Pixel 4a is undoubtedly Google’s next phone, which is expected to be officially announced on May 22. On May 6, Rick Osterloh, Google’s senior vice president of hardware, tweeted a screenshot of his phone that had received a Globe badge on his Fitbit, intentionally or unintentionally exposing more information about the Pixel 4a.
The first is the mobile phone notification bar on the screenshot, which has a fairly obvious gap on the left side of the notification bar, and its height is much higher than the notification bar icon itself, which undoubtedly suggests that executives are using a hole-in-the-box phone that Google has never launched before.
In other words, the executive is indeed holding his own hole-in-the-box new machine, the Pixel 4a.
Second screenshot of the phone battery is also very interesting, screenshot time is 10 a.m., the remaining battery is 80%, this may be in the hint of mobile phone battery life? But the Pixel 4a is only equipped with a 3080mAh battery, and its battery life is not a strong one.
In terms of specifications, the Pixel 4a is equipped with a 5.81-inch OLED-made hole-in-the-hole screen with a resolution of 2340×1080, and a Processor for a SnapDragon730, 6GB RAM, 64/128GB ROM, 18W fast charging, and no wireless charging support.
In terms of taking pictures, the Pixel 4a is equipped with a front-facing 8-megapixel single camera, a rear 12.2-megapixel single camera, and supports 4K 30FPS video, which will undoubtedly be the strongest single camera on Android, given Google’s success on the camera, especially on the single camera.