£349 price tag makes the Google Pixel 4A a serious contender in the mid-market smartphone range.
The Google Pixel 4A will run on Android 10 out of the box. As with all Google Pixel handsets, this phone will run on the Android operating platform in its truest form. No layers or skins from other manufacturers, giving you the very best Android experience you can expect.
So what do you get for your £349 smartphone? You get a 5.81” full screen with a punch hole for the front facing camera.
You’ll find a 3140 mAh battery in the Pixel 4A, one of the largest capacity batteries in the Pixel range, but there is no wireless charging. Is there a reason Google has refrained from adding wireless charging to this device? Are we not adopting the technology enough to make it a standard feature on any new smartphone... yet?
The Pixel 4A comes with 6 GB RAM and 128 GB storage, plus you’ll get unlimited storage with Google Photos at high quality.
The processors: Qualcomm Snapdragon 730, Adreno 618 and Titan M security module.
Your £349 Pixel 4A packs a punch (pun intended) with the punch hole front facing 8 MP wide-angle camera. With the rear camera being a 12.2 MP dual-pixel camera. Features also include Night Sight, Top Shot, Portrait Mode and HDR+.
Does the Pixel 4A have a 3.5 mm audio headphone jack? Yes, the Pixel 4A does indeed have the old school 3.5 mm headphone jack. Good news for those who feel they get a better experience when they plug their wired headphones into their phone.