On the morning of August 4, Google announced yesterday that it would launch its latest smartphone, pixel 4a, at $349 to compete with low-cost phones such as the $399 iPhone se.
The pixel 4A has a 5.81 inch display with holes punched in the top left for the front lens, and a square camera bulge at the back of the main lens, but only a single lens design, with fingerprint recognition devices in the back.
From a design point of view, the display is much larger than the 4.7-inch & zwnj; iPhone se & zwnj; display. &Zwnj; although post fingerprint recognition doesn’t look so advanced, don’t forget that iPhone se & zwnj; also uses fingerprint buttons, located in the front border.
In addition to the full screen design and larger size, the pixel 4a is equipped with an eight core Qualcomm snapdragon 730 processor and Titan m security chip, 6GB ram, 12 megapixel single lens, 128GB memory and a 3140mah battery.
These parameters are similar to the & zwnj; iPhone se & zwnj;, which is equipped with a 12 megapixel camera. It doesn’t have the night sight night shooting mode like Google models, but the A13 chip can easily outperform the Qualcomm snapdragon 730 processor.
Pixel 4A has some Android native system features, such as the new Google assistant smart assistant experience launched with pixel 4 for the first time. Google has promised pixel 4a to support three years of updates, while we suspect that the iPhone se will probably support it in four to five years.
Generally speaking, this is a low-cost mobile phone. Its goal is very clear, that is, those who don’t need flagship mobile phones: this group of people is different from the mobile phone players on the Internet, they just need a reliable low-cost device.