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The new Google Pixel 4A is here and this is what we know!

The new Google Pixel 4A is here and this is what we know!

 

After months of rumours, Google has just unveiled its new smartphone: the Google Pixel 4A.  Its affordable price and amazing camera offer a mid-range alternative to the Google Pixel 4 and 4XL 

Now, let’s have a look at the new model:  

  • Display: Fullscreen 147.6 mm/5.81″ display A compact and popular sizeslightly bigger than the Pixel 4 (5.7”) and the Pixel 3a (5.6”).  

  • Memory: 6GB RAM (like the Pixel 4). 

  • Storage: An only option of 128GB of storage (compared to the Pixel 4 which has a choice of 64GB or 128 GB). 

  • Camera: A great camera of 12MP dual-pixel camera and an 8MP front camera. Built with HDR+ which automatically adjusts colour and lightning, Sight Mode and Portrait Modesimilar to the two previous modelsIn comparison, the iPhone SE, has a 12MP rear camera and a 7MP front-facing camera.  

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  • Battery Life:small difference here with a more powerful battery (3140mAh2) and all-day lasting which automatically reduces power to unused apps.  

  • Processor: It features a custom Titan M security Chip to protect your sensitive data. 

  • System: It operates on Android 10 and will be able to get the Android 11 once it launches. 

  • Security: Just like the iPhone SE, Google has revived the fingerprint sensor on this smartphone.  

  • Audio:  For the pleasure of the ones who still love wired headphones, there’s also a 3.5 mm audio jack.  

  • Colour: It only comes in one colour: Black. (At least for now!)

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The Google Pixel 4a will be available from October 1st in the UK at a competitive price of £349 – below its rival, the iPhone SE new generation. Google also announced a 5G version of this smartphone later this year. 

This new model gives you the best of Google in an affordable, simple and one-hand-friendly package which, in our opinion, is an excellent choice to consider!

To help you decide, have a look at our review of the iPhone SE 2020. 

Do you think it’s worth the wait?  Follow us on social media and let us know!

After months of rumours, Google has just unveiled its new smartphone: the Google Pixel 4A.  Its affordable price and amazing camera offer a mid-range alternative to the Google Pixel 4 and 4XL 

Now, let’s have a look at the new model:  

  • Display: Fullscreen 147.6 mm/5.81″ display A compact and popular sizeslightly bigger than the Pixel 4 (5.7”) and the Pixel 3a (5.6”).  

  • Memory: 6GB RAM (like the Pixel 4).

  • Storage: An only option of 128GB of storage (compared to the Pixel 4 which has a choice of 64GB or 128 GB). 

  • Camera: A great camera of 12MP dual-pixel camera and an 8MP front camera. Built with HDR+ which automatically adjusts colour and lightning, Sight Mode and Portrait Modesimilar to the two previous modelsIn comparison, the iPhone SE, has a 12MP rear camera and a 7MP front-facing camera.  

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    • Battery Life:small difference here with a more powerful battery (3140mAh2) and all-day lasting which automatically reduces power to unused apps.  

    • Processor: It features a custom Titan M security Chip to protect your sensitive data. 

  • System: It operates on Android 10 and will be able to get the Android 11 once it launches. 

  • Security: Just like the iPhone SE, Google has revived the fingerprint sensor on this smartphone.  

  • Audio:  For the pleasure of the ones who still love wired headphones, there’s also a 3.5 mm audio jack.  

  • Colour: It only comes in one colour: Black. (At least for now!)

Googlepixel4a-I

 

The Google Pixel 4a will be available from October 1st in the UK at a competitive price of £349 – below its rival, the iPhone SE new generation. Google also announced a 5G version of this smartphone later this year. 

This new model gives you the best of Google in an affordable, simple and one-hand-friendly package which, in our opinion, is an excellent choice to consider!

To help you decide, have a look at our review of the iPhone SE 2020. 

Do you think it’s worth the wait?  Follow us on social media and let us know!