GOOGLE’ ACCIDENTALLY ' RELEASES GOOGLE PIXEL 4A VISUALS

GOOGLE’ ACCIDENTALLY ' RELEASES GOOGLE PIXEL 4A VISUALS

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Tech giant Google has mistakenly released rendering images of its smartphone Pixel 4A, which it has not yet released, in its Canadian store. Although the error was resolved within a short time, the images were saved by users. 

Information about the hardware features or design of new smartphones is usually obtained from industry sources. These resources share the hardware features or designs of the devices with their followers.

However, sometimes companies can 'accidentally' give this information in their own hands. This Is What Happened To Google and its new phone, the Pixel 4A. Google's Canadian store featured rendering images of the Pixel 4A, which had not yet been released.

Google Pixel 4a rendering image

Users who clicked on the Nest Wifi tab at the Google Canada store came across something they never expected, rendering images of the Pixel 4A that have yet to be released. Although Google makes up for this mistake, it is not always so easy to delete something that falls on the internet.

These rendering images of the Pixel 4A also reveal some information about the device. According to Review Geek, the date on the screen of the device, May 12, actually indicates the original release date of the phone, which has been rumored before. Also looking at the visual is a notch on the front of the phone that houses the selfie camera. The back of the phone features a camera module and a fingerprint reader sensor.

Previously revealed information claimed that the phone would use Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 SoC and the price range would be between $ 300 and $ 400. It is also claimed that the phone will not feature wireless charging.



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