Apparently, Google will once again launch new mid-range models for the Google Pixel family. Now, new information has been discovered about the alleged Google Pixel 4a and it seems that it will not please fans of the brand.
Despite being an extremely popular smartphone, the Pixel 3a ended up leaving many users disappointed with the choice of their processor. Apparently, Google could make the same mistake with Google Pixel 4a.
According to information published by XDA Developers, the new mid-range will arrive equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 processor, meaning it will not have support for 5G networks. Although 5G networks are not widely available, this is a feature that many users want to have on a smartphone in 2020.
Google Pixel 4a will not support 5G, but that’s not a problem!
As I mentioned, 5G networks are not yet widely available and it will be a few years before their availability can be compared to that of 4G.
So, although it is a new technology that many want to test, it does not have great practical effects on a daily basis. Obviously, everything depends on the country / city where you are.
This absence in Pixel 4a should not be a reason for its popularity to be affected. Unlike what happened to its predecessor, this model will have a much more advanced processor. The Snapdragon 730 manages to guarantee impressive performance in the vast majority of situations.
Alleged Google Pixel 4a specifications
- 5.7 “/ 5.8” inch screen with punch hole
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 processor
- 3.5mm audio jack
- USB Type-C
- Fingerprint reader on the rear panel
- A single rear camera
Unfortunately, many of the details regarding the Google Pixel 4a specs are still unknown. However, with its expected presentation during the month of May, it is natural that more information will begin to circulate over the next few weeks.
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