Pixel 4a — Google launches its low-cost smartphone with the best camera

Google has finally launched Pixel 4a — a cheap and compact smartphone, but that takes better photos than many of the high-end phones on the market.

Postponed because of COVID-19, already unveiled a long time ago, and today Google Pixel 4a is finally on the market.

The new Pixel 4a goes straight to the point with extremely clean user experience with its stock Android version, and a polycarbonate body that does not renounce the classic matte finish of the Pixels, and a single camera. The Pixel 4a offers the public a device without frills, and only with the liveliness of Android.

It is no coincidence that Pixel 4a, despite comes with a single rear sensor, manages to take better images than most competitors. On the other hand, it is the secret that has made Pixel devices among the best camera phones available on the market.

The Pixel 4a, however, does not support 5G connection. The processor, the Snapdragon 730G, does not have the modem for the super-fast network.

Although Pixel 4a is a balanced smartphone, this new entry-level phone, will drive the story forward from the Pixel 3a — onboard, there is the Snapdragon 730G chipset with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory and a 5.81-inch full HD OLED display.

The phone is equipped with an 8 MP front camera and a 12.2 MP rear camera along with a 3140mAh battery and 18W quick charger.

The Google Pixel 4a has been launched in the US at $349 for the single 6GB + 128GB variant, which is notably $50 cheaper than the Pixel 3a launched last year.

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