Google Pixel 4a 5G

Google have announced Google Pixel 4a 5G – the newer version of Google Pixel 4a which announced 2 months ago.
The difference between the new version and pervious one is not only support 5G Cellular network, but also better processor, dual camera instead single camera and bigger battery.
Let’s dive in!


The display itself is 6.2-inch, OLED panel and Full HD+ with resolution of 1080X2340 pixels. The screen support HDR with Always-On Display feature that keeps the screen turned on.


The phone equipped with Snapdragon 765G processor (on previous version it was Snapdragon 730G) that include 8 cores of type Kryo 475, which go with max processing speed of 2.4Ghz.
The phone, which runs Android 11 as its operation systems, comes with 6GB RAM and 128 GB storage.


The Pixel 4a 5G will come with Dual cameras (Pixel 4a had single camera).
The first camera will be 12.2 megapixels f/1.7, optic stability built-in and a Dual Pixal AF technology focus system.
The 2nd camera will be 16 megapixels f/2.2 and the selfie camera will come with 8 megapixels f/2.0.


The body of the phone is made of soft polycarbonate. The Pixel 4a 5G has headphone jack, USB Type-C connector, 5.0 Bluetooth with Titan M security chip , 3 years of system updates, 3885 mAh non-removeable battery and support 5G cellular network.

Prices and release

The Pixel 4a 5G will be available starting October 15th with colors black and white for $499.

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