Here’s your first look of Google Pixel 5a
While there is no word on a launch date yet, but if all goes well, Google is expected to launch the Pixel 4a successor in May this year.
It has barely been five months since Google launched the Google Pixel 4a smartphone that reports about its next-generation budget smartphone, the Google Pixel 5a, have started doing rounds on the internet. Now, a new report gives us the first glimpse of the phone.
Slash Leaks has shared a bunch of images of the upcoming Pixel 5a smartphone that show us how the front of the phone would look like. For instance, the phone wouldn't have a punch-hole display housing the selfie camera as is the case with the Pixel 4a smartphone. Instead, the camera will be in the top narrow bezel of the phone.
The images shared by the tipster also reveal that the Pixel 4a successor will come with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of flash memory. In terms of the camera and the photos, the upcoming Pixel 5a smartphone will come with a video stabilization feature that is similar to the Pixel 4a 5G and the Pixel 5 smartphones. It will include a Standard option for light movements, a Locked option for faraway still shots, an Active option for heavy movements and a Cinematic Pan option for panning shots.
Apart from this, the images show that the Pixel 5a smartphone will come with an in-display fingerprint sensor.
While there is no word on a launch date yet, but if all goes well, Google is expected to launch the Pixel 4a successor in May this year as it did in case of its first budget smartphone, the Pixel 3a two years back.
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