But the thing that caught our eye is Google’s tagline for the device: "The helpful Google phone, at a helpful price".
Finally, the listing mentions Google’s Titan M security chip, car crash detection, and guaranteed OS and security updates for three years.
The listing (via 9to5Google) contains a ton of information about the phone, save for a full spec sheet and the price.
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The listing mentions HDR+, Night Sight and Portrait Mode, all of which can be achieved with the phone’s single camera on the back.
Well, probably: Numerous leaks indicate it, and an early listing of the phone at Australia’s JB Hi-Fi all but confirms it.
Google has emphasized the phone’s photo abilities.
There’s no word about storage, though that’s rumored to be 128GB (which is quite nice for a budget Google phone).
An early look at the Pixel 4a https://t.co/uuMl2zXUkY— FutureShift (@futureshift) August 3, 2020
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