Google launched its new smartphone Pixel 4a in the US last day. It also clarified that the smartphone will soon be launched in India as well. The company has now officially announced that the smartphone will be launched in India on October 17. Pixel 4a is the only upgraded version of pixel 3a launched last year, equipped with many special features. The Pixel 4a is offered on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor and will be made available on Flipkart in India.
The company has shared a post on its Twitter account with Pixel 4a. Which explains the Indian launch date and availability of Pixel 4a. According to the post, the smartphone will knock on October 17 in India and will be available on the e-commerce website Flipkart. With this, the company has also shared a link to its official blog where users will get all the details associated with Pixel 4a.
Pixel 4a Price
The Pixel 4a has been launched in a 6GB + 128GB single storage model in the US. The price is $349, i.e., about Rs 25,700. This smartphone will be available in a single jet black color option. However, its Indian price has not been disclosed so far. Users will have to wait for the launch.
Pixel 4a specifications
The Pixel 4a flaunts a 5.81-inch Full HD+ OLED display with a screen resolution of 1,080×2,340 pixels. This smartphone works on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor. The smartphone with the slick design will get a primary sensor of 12MP. There is an 8MP front camera for selfies. Users have to depend on the storage provided in this smartphone. Because it does not have expandable storage.
The fingerprint sensor for security is present in the back panel of the phone. Connectivity features include 4G VoLTE, WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, NFC, USB Type C and 3.5mm headphone jack. A 3,140mAh battery is provided for power backup which comes with 18W fast charging support.
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