Google once again adds to its portfolio a “low cost” version of its premium smartphones (in this case its latest Pixel 4 model). The Montain View company will launch on October 1 the new Pixel 4a that harbors in its guts a completely trivial advantage for the user in times of coronavirus 波斯尼亚和黑塞哥维那电话号码表.
Instead of relying on facial recognition to unlock the phone (a real odyssey in the age of the ubiquitous masks) the new Pixel 4a recovers the fingerprint scanner of the old Pixel 3.
Despite the timing of this change, the truth is that the decision to resurrect the old fingerprint sensor in the Pixel 4a was made before the pandemic entered the scene.
The Pixel 4a is also equipped with a camera with a magnificent performance (and almost on a par with that of its “older brother”) and also recovers the classic headphone jack (a detail that continues to be very important for many users) .
Google’s new smartphone leaves facial recognition behind and instead opts for the traditional fingerprint scanner
Orphan of sensors for facial recognition, the front of the Pixel 4a has a small hole for the camera dedicated to selfies on a 5.8-inch screen in which every last millimeter is used.
Unlike its predecessor, the Pixel 3a, Google’s new “low cost” smartphone does not have a larger XL variant and will only be marketed in black (and without wireless charging).
The Pixel 4a, which can be reserved in advance starting next September 10, will have a starting price of 349 euros (340.20 euros with reduced VAT). This is a figure that is 50 euros below the cost of the previous Pixel 3a and positions Google even more strongly in the competitive market for mid-range smartphones with Android in its gut.
In autumn the next Pixel 5 (Google’s new flagship smartphone) and also an additional version of the Pixel 4a will finally be compatible with ultra-fast 5G connectivity technology. Even so, both models will be substantially more expensive. The Pixel 4a with 5G will have a starting price of 499 euros 社交帖子.