Google Pixel 4a is the search engine giant’s next mid-range smartphone. The device leaked a couple of months ago, but has not yet been made official.
The launch of Google Pixel 4a has been delayed a few times, mainly due to market conditions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, just before launch, it has appeared on FCC.
FCC filing for A4RG025J was released today although the application was filed on April 2. Lists three models, G025J, G025M and G025N, the first is a model based in the United States and the other two probably equipped with cellular radios for other parts of the world.
Earlier reports revealed that Google Pixel fourth will present a panel OLED by 5.81 inches (14.76 cm) with the screen resolution Full HD+. The phone should arrive with Snapdragon 730, 6 GB of RAM and 64/128 GB internal memory.
The Android 10 operating system will be pre-installed on the smartphone and will be powered by a 3,080 mAh battery that should support 18 W fast charging. The phone could arrive in the United States with a starting price of $349