After receiving the FFC certification, the Indian one and passing through two websites of French retailers, Google Pixel 4a is getting closer to the launch. At this time the midrange next smartphone Google receives certifications IMDA and BIS, a sign that the launch of the Android terminal could be just around the corner.
Google Pixel 4a launch getting closer
The two certificates show information confirming some technical specifications that have been discussed in all these months. In fact, according to IMDA and BIS certifications, Google Pixel 4a should have an NFC module, Wi-Fi a / b / g / n, Bluetooth, and support for 4G networks (nothing 5G).
Rumors of the past few weeks indicated that the Big G smartphone should have a 5.81-inch OLED display in Full HD + resolution with a “standard” refresh rate, a 3080 mAh battery, and a single rear camera. There is a lot of anticipation on the presence of the Snapdragon 730, which should be accompanied by 4 GB of RAM and 64 and 128 GB memory cuts.
Quite standard specifications, it is true, but the experience we had with Google Pixel 3a has taught us how much the extreme optimization of hardware and software can make something big that is labeled as “mid-range” on paper.
Will it be the same for Google Pixel 4a too?