Ahead of the expected Pixel 5 release, Google has introduced the latest midrange variant of it’s Pixel line of phones — the Pixel 4a.
The Pixel 4a is an upgrade of the previous midrange variant, the Pixel 3a in every way with upgrades in a few key specs and a more modern design. The kicker? It’s even cheaper at $350.
As with all of the Pixel phones, there is no SD card support but storage is now bumped to 128GB. It’s paired with an admittedly older SoC – the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G – and a respectable 6GB, a welcome change from the 3GB of the Pixel 3.
The phone will be available on August 20 in the US and Japan. The rest of Google’s supported territories will see the Pixel 4a on September 10.