So far, all the revelations have made it clear that Google will only launch the smaller Pixel 4a this year, rather than the larger Pixel 4a XL model. However, the recent exposure of spy photos, let us know that the company has indeed been interested in developing the latter. As shown in the figure, the back cover design looks like the Pixel 4a released in September 2019.
The upper left corner of the back has a square rear camera set and a centered fingerprint sensor opening. The microphone and secondary jack are visible at the top, and the bottom has a USB Type-C and another cut.
The rear module has a noticeable bump, and the contrast ingested the inside and outside of the camera struck to see that Google had intended to equip the Galaxy 4a XL with rear-mounted dual cameras.
Like the orthodox Pixel 4 product line, the second rear image of the Pixel 4a XL may be a telephoto lens, supplemented by an LED flash opening.
Interestingly, the “G” logo, which is visible in the middle of the lower part of the photo, means that it was expected to be a member of the Pixel family.
Media reported that the back cover came from a Shenzhen seller on eBay, but it was not clear its authenticity or how it flowed out of the supply chain.
Even so, the revelations gave us the privilege of seeing the look of the legendary Pixel 4a XL smart machine.
As for the small Pixel 4a, Google is clearly ready to ship, but the release date is said to have been delayed until July.