Pixel 4a in India and price 35000
Google surprised smartphone fans in India by not releasing the Pixel 4a in India, and Google has confirmed that they will not release the 2020 flagship Pixel 5 in India. Google also won’t release a 5G version of the Pixel 4a in India. Google has announced three new Pixel phones for 2020 – Pixel 5, Pixel 4a, and Pixel 4a 5G. Of these, only the Pixel 4a will be available in the US in August.
As for India, the Pixel 4a will reach India in October and Google will announce its price is nearing launch. The Pixel 4a costs $ 349, which is about $ 26,250 in India. However, the Pixel 4a is expected to sell for around 35,000 rupees in India and is very affordable on Flipkart.
There will only be one version of the Pixel 4a – 6GB RAM and 128GB storage and only available in the “Just Black” color option. Pixel 4a is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor with the Titan M security module to protect the device. This device has a 3140 mAh battery. Google offers a ready-made 18W fast charger. Pixel 4a is a SIM phone with eSIM support. There’s a 3.5mm headphone jack as well as a USB Type-C port.
Pixel 4a Specifications
As a reminder: The Pixel 4a has a 5.81-inch Full HD + OLED display with perforations and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 processor. On the front camera, there is a 12.2-megapixel rear camera with LED flash and OIS / EIS as well as an 8-megapixel front camera. It supports camera functions like portrait mode, night vision mode, and more.
It is powered by a 3,140 mAh battery with support for 18 W fast charging and works with Android 10. It has a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, stereo speakers, NFC, USB Type-C port, t, and many more features.
Pixel 4a Design
I’ve never wanted a bigger phone when browsing social media or watching videos on YouTube.We also love plastic phones here at Android Authority. Using the plastic from a very fragile glass phone gives me a sense of freedom that I never had with the Pixel 4 XL or Galaxy S20 Plus. I don’t have to use the Pixel 4a with a cover. The phone is non-slip and probably more durable than a glass-covered phone when I need to take it off my desk.
Don’t get me wrong. As fresh as the Pixel 4a should be used by big premium phones, I didn’t like any of the designs. The front is fine, but the back of the phone is pretty bland. There’s no visual nuance and it doesn’t help that 4a is only available in one color. Lightweight is also only 143 grams. I feel like I have a toy in hand as long as I talk on the phone.
Pixel 4a Display
In terms of looks, it’s great. Google uses a 5.81-inch AMOLED panel, so you don’t miss out on the Quad HD resolution that other mainstream phones have. The Pixel 4a’s screen is dark enough, doesn’t look unnatural, and has enough contrast for nighttime use. But I hope it can be easier. There is one drawback that I don’t like about the 4a display. I will explain in more detail later.
Pixel 4a Fingerprint sensor
Everyone has their own taste, but this is mine. I prefer to use my face to unlock the fingerprint sensor. It would be nice to be able to slide the notification sensor down using the fingerprint sensor on the back. I also like to get inside the phone by touching the sensor rather than swiping up the lock screen. In addition, the fingerprint sensor lasts longer, giving third-party apps more time to integrate Google Pixel Imprint biometric authentication technology. Most of the apps you use most often are compatible with your phone’s fingerprint sensor, but not the Pixel 4’s face unlock technology. You entered your password on your Pixel 4 XL.
Pixel 4a Camera
You may already know this, but I’ll say it again. The Pixel 4a camera is great. You get the same 12MP rear display sensor that Google used on its previous Pixel phones. The camera setup is all about simplicity. Nearly every time you get a great photo with the Pixel 4a, not to mention Killer Night Sight mode and astrophotography when you want to shoot at night.
The Pixel 4a’s camera settings are inflexible – no wide-angle lens, no telephoto lens, no depth sensor. Some people may struggle with this and I won’t blame them.
Google’s approach to more or less when taking photos with a smartphone is appropriate for the Pixel 4a, and especially for this price point. The company can’t hold on to one sensor forever, but it works for this phone.
In most cases, the audio from the Pixel 4a was great. The stereo speakers have become large enough to walk around the house listening to music or podcasts. The speakers aren’t as powerful as the Pixel 4, but that’s not much of a difference. There is also a headphone jack. Enough.
Pixel 4a Battery
The Google Pixel 4a comes with a non-removable 3140 mAh battery, which is bigger than the power adapter of its predecessor and considerably bigger than the 1812 mAh battery found on the new iPhone SE.
Google claims that thanks to the company’s Adaptive Battery technology, you can get up to 24 hours of battery life on a single charge, although we didn’t.
We found the Pixel 4a lasted all day (7 am to 11 pm) with moderate use, although we regularly turned it on at night with short teen battery levels and sometimes even single-digit numbers.
This with the display always on and off resulted in a slightly better battery life, although we still ended the day at under 20%. In short, the Pixel 4a is a smartphone that you have to charge every night.
And when you play games or watch videos, the battery charges up a bit. 3 hours of gaming and 3 hours of Spotify music streaming via Bluetooth headphones helped drain the Pixel 4a’s battery, so I had to get to the charger in the late afternoon. It is very useful to check the estimated battery drain in the notification bar. Still not showing – you will see a battery icon and percentage remaining next to it. However, when you slide the notification cover down, the percentage is replaced with the time you expect the Pixel 4a to be blank.