The headphone jack will live another day
Following the Pixel 3a as Google’s answer for a capable mid-range phone in 2019, the Mountain View-based tech giant is set to launch a follow up with the Pixel 4a. OnLeaks and 91Mobiles shared renders of the upcoming mid-range phone, and it is set to be Google’s first phone with a punch-hole display.
The use of a punch-hole display will reduce the top and bottom bezels of the Pixel 4a. The back panel resembles that of the Pixel 4, though it will use polycarbonate just like its predecessor. You still get a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, while the square camera module will house a lone 12-megapixel snapper—which should be fine, considering the Pixel 3a scored well in DxOMark.
Going to the spec sheet, the Pixel 4a is expected to have a 5.7-5.8-inch display, Snapdragon 730/765 processor, and at least 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage.