The Google Pixel 4a leaks continue ahead of the phone’s official launch, after the camera samples of the phone leaked last week. Julio Lusson has shared an elaborate video at the Cuban venue, which earlier published a full hands-on “review” of the Pixel 4a back in March and has just released a set of images comparison on Twitter, including two photo samples that he claims are from the Pixel 4a.
Cual te gusta mas? pic.twitter.com/ULsU8pOlRo
— Julio Lusson (@julio_lusson) April 30, 2020
Of these two pairs of photos, one is shot by Redmi Note 7, and the other is shot by Pixel 4a.
It is very tough to conclude which images are shot are shot by which device from these two pairs of images. Between Twitter’s compression and the reference, we have to compare it with, and any real judgment is incomplete. However, we can look at them individually to inspect them carefully.
Julio Lusson, one of the YouTubers at TecnoLike Plus, who provided the video, confirmed that the Pixel 4a’s images are the ones on the Left among the two samples provided(above).
What do you think? Is Lusson, right? Can you find out which images are shot by Pixel 4a and which are by Redmi Note 7? Comment in the comments section below if you judge them.
Pixel 4a release date, specifications, price (expected):
Previously the launch was expected around May 12, but now Google Pixel 4a is expected to be launched on May 22 for an expected price of $400.
Pixel 4a uses the same 12.2-megapixel camera sensor at the rear same as the Pixel 3a, 3, and Pixel 4. It means we will have a Sony IMX363 sensor with an f/1.73 aperture, with both OIS and EIS. On the front side, we have an 8MP Sony IMX355 sensor for selfies. Like the Pixel 4 series, the Pixel 4a’s camera quality will feature an Astrophotography mode, and the users can capture the night sky and the digital software Zoom.
Pixel 4a features a punch-hole 5.81-inch FHD+ OLED display. It is powered by Snapdragon 730 chipset, 6GB RAM, and up to 128GB storage, with an Adreno 618 GPU, and a 3,080mAh battery with 18W fast charging support.