A Slash Leaks blueprint of the Pixel 4 XL suggests a realistic phone model a punch-hole cutout and a dual rear camera. They sport the latest, albeit almost outdated Qualcomm chipsets, high-end camera experiences, plus all of the software benefits you'd expect from a device that starts at $799. "YouTuber Julio Lusson shared with the bootloader display of this Pixel 4a that revealed a line that read" Ufs: "64GB SKHynix".
Google is rumoured to be working on two Pixel phone series releases this year. Let's break down what's happened. It also would be something new for Google which has always powered its high-end Pixel handsets with that particular year's flagship Snapdragon chipset.
Wait, there's more! The source is the YouTuber running the YouTube channel TechnoLike Plus, which has a video that actually showcases what seems to be a Pixel 4a phone.
It is reassuring to see that the Pixel 4a is very likely to come over its 3a predecessor. The folks at XDA Developers just dug up some evidence from that Pixel 4a that previously showed up on video, which indicates Google's next mid-ranger will pack faster UFS 2.1 storage.
If we are to backtrack a couple of months, a record had actually recommended that Google's Bramble as well as Redfin phones may be powered by the Snapdragon 765 G SoC. Pixel 5 has been reported to include inverse radio charging, and supply triple back cameras. Looking at the design, this is nothing like the appearance of last year's Pixel 3a and 3a XL.
According to rumors, the Pixel 4a will come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 processor, 6GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, and 3,080mAh battery. Knowing that, it would be wise for Google to reduce its costs to manufacture future Pixel phones and thus offer a more attractive starting price.
The device codenames corresponding to the "photo_pixel_2020_config" - by all accounts, Google's nomenclature for the 2020 "flagships" - are Bramble and Redfin, as per 9to5Google's breakdown.