Google Pixel 4a will come in “Barely Blue” color, 128GB storage option

Google Pixel 4a will come in “Barely Blue” color, 128GB storage option

In typical Google phone fashion, we’ve already learned a great deal about the Pixel 4a before launch. Early last month, the Pixel 4a was shown off in a high-quality hands-on video. While many of the details are already known, there are some things left to discover. A new report fills in a few of those holes.

Google Pixel devices are traditionally available in three colors: white, black, and a third wildcard option. We’ve seen Really Blue, Not Pink, Purple-ish, Oh So Orange, and more. The folks at 9to5Google are reporting that the Pixel 4a will be available in a light shade of blue called “Barely Blue.” There will also be “Just Black” and the white model we’ve seen in leaks.


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The next tidbit of information concerns the storage. We previously reported that the Pixel 4a will have 64GB of UFS 2.1 storage, which makes for much faster app loading times. The new report claims there will also be a 128GB storage option. UFS 2.1 is not mentioned, but we assume it will be the same as the 64GB model. Both models are said to have 6GB of RAM.

Here’s the full list of rumored specifications we know so far:

  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 730
  • GPU: Adreno 618
  • RAM: 6GB
  • Internal storage: 64GB/128GB UFS 2.1
  • Display: Single hole-punch 5.81-inch display, 2,340 x 1,080 resolution, 443 dpi, 60Hz refresh rate
  • Rear camera : 12 MP sensor + LED flash + 4K video recording
  • Front camera: 8 MP with video stabilization
  • Connectivity: 4G, Dual SIM, GPS, WiFi 5, Bluetooth, GLONASS
  • Ports: USB Type-C, 3.5mm headphone jack
  • Security: Rear fingerprint sensor
  • Battery : 3,080 mAh
  • Colors: Just Black, White, Barely Blue
  • Software: Android 10

The Pixel 4a was originally expected to be shown off at Google I/O in May, but that event has been canceled. We could see the announcement come at any time in the next few months. The device is expected to cost around $400.

Source: 9to5Google

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