The XDA forum picks up some of Google’s new Pixel code names that suggest it is likely to launch two different Pixel 4a models. Google’s Pixel series has always been codenamed for some kind of seafood, such as the Pixel 1 is a flagfish, the Pixel 1 XL is a marlin, and so on. There were three names found: the carver, the redfin and the Bramble (blackberry shrub).
The first is The FlipFish, which is based on the sm7150- SnapDragon730 processor, which is a 4G chip;
Then there’s the Redfin, which is based on the sm7250, the SnapDragon 765 processor, a 5G chip that appears to be Foxconn’s ODM model.
Finally, Bramble, the same SnapDragon 765, but no more information.
Although there is no direct evidence that the three models are related to the Pixel 4a, as a mid-range model, the Pixel 4a will be equipped with the SnapDragon 730 or SnapDragon765 as a high probability event, or Google may also carry a different processor for the Pixel 4a/4a XL, although there have been previous reports that there will be no XL models in this generation.
According to the Pixel 4a, it uses a hole-in-the-hole screen, which is Google’s first use of a hole-in-the-screen screen, with a screen size of 5.7 or 5.8 inches, and a mobile platform with Qualcomm SnapDragon730 or SnapDragon 765, with 4GB of memory and 64GB of storage. Back 12.2 megapixels, running Android 10.