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Google Mistakenly Declassified The Pixel 4A Design

Google Mistakenly Declassified The Pixel 4A Design

Google, apparently, accidentally revealed the design of the Pixel 4A smartphone-a budget version of the flagship "fours." A high-quality rendering of the future novelty briefly appeared in the official Google Store for Canada.

As you can see in the image, the next "pixel phone" will get a display with a cut-out in the corner for a selfie camera, a square photo module with a single lens and a flash, a round fingerprint scanner on the back, as well as a blue power button on the right edge. A 3.5 mm audio jack for connecting headphones will be located on the upper end, The Verge writes.

The date displayed on the screen, May 12, suggests that the Pixel 4A should have been announced at the I/O 2020 developer conference. However, the event scheduled for may 12-14 was canceled due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic and was held in an online format.

Last month, the Pixel 4A was certified by the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC); this means that the device will be released very soon.

Almost everything is known about the Pixel 4A: previously, a full list of smartphone characteristics and even a video review were "leaked" to the Internet. Judging by the snippets of code found in the Google search app last week, the 4A model will also be released with support for connecting to 5G networks. A full-fledged flagship, the Pixel 5, may be released later this year.

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