After appearing in some blurry photos over the weekend, the Pixel 4a has now leaked in a much clearer hands-on video.
The new video from TecnoLike Plus shows off the hardware of the Pixel 4a, which is confirmed to include a 3.5mm headphone hack at the top of the device and a hole-punch display. We can also see a fingerprint reader located on the back of the device.
Several of the Pixel 4a's specs are confirmed in this video, too, using the AIDA64 app. The Pixel 4a is equipped with a 5.81-inch 2340x1080 display running at a 60Hz refresh rate. Inside it's got a Snapdragon 730 processor paired with 6GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and a 3080mAh battery.
The rear camera on the Pixel 4a is a 12MP snapper and it's capable of 4K video capture. Unsurprisingly, the phone is running Android 10 out of the box, and a peek at the Settings app confirms that dual SIM support is included, too.
One other notable detail is that the video confirms the Pixel 4a is codenamed "sunfish", which is one of the rumored codenames we heard about earlier this year.
While it may not be as high-end as Google's Pixel 4, the Pixel 4a could still be attractive to a lot of folks. It's got both the 3.5mm headphone jack and fingerprint reader that the Pixel 4 is missing, and it'll likely be more aggressively priced than the Pixel 4. Plus, specs like a Snapdragon 730 and 6GB of RAM should offer solid performance.
There's no word yet on when the Pixel 4a could be announced. The Pixel 3a was revealed in early May last year, so Google could be planning a similarly timed announcement for the Pixel 4a.
What do you think of this Pixel 4a?