A Spanish video from YouTube channel TechnoLike Plus has shared a hands-on video of what looks like the Google Pixel 4A. The mid-range device was connected to a Cuban network and one wonders how the phone got to Cuba.
From the video, the smartphone has a plastic body and a 5.81” screen with a resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels. The screen’s refresh rate is 60Hz and it is not surprising since this is a mid-range device.
At the front is a punch-hole cutout which features the 8MP selfie camera while the back camera has a square setup with a single 12MP sensor which is capable of recording 4K videos.
On further look, the smartphone runs on Android 10 and it is powered by a Snapdragon 730 chipset, this is similar to what XDA Developers reported last month. The leaked unit shows a 6GB of RAM and a 64GB internal storage; this might be the only configuration since the Pixel 3A only comes in one storage variant type.
In terms of connectivity, the video from TechnoLike Plus shows the smartphone has a 3.5mm audio jack and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. It has a dual SIM slot but the second could be an eSIM. So far, the Google Pixel 4A has been called three names – Sunfish, Redfin and Bramble. Sunfish is the one reported here but the other two is set to be powered with Snapdragon 765 chipsets with 5G support. We can expect a Pixel 4A 4G, 4A 5G and 4A XL 5G.
The leak also reveals a possible near launch date since the device runs on Android 10 with an April 5 security patch, even though this is a beta version.
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