We’ve been waiting months for Google to unveil the Pixel 4a smartphone and now it seems the company has just brazenly posted a picture of the new mid-range handset.
The forthcoming device has appeared on Google’s Canadian storefront, apparently by accident. In a promotional slot for the Nest Wi-Fi device, the accompanying image shows a handset in line with the leaks we’ve seen for the Pixel 4a.
What can we tell from the render (via The Verge)? Well, there’s a high screen-to-body ration with a punch hole camera in the top left corner. There’s just the one camera sensor within a larger camera bump. You can just about make out the presence of the headphone jack too.
There’s a matte black finish on show here and we expect at least one other colour – probably white. A rear-facing fingerprint sensor is also visible. The appearance of an official marketing render from Google also features an Easter egg; the presence of the data Tuesday May 12 on the display.