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These may be the first live images of the Google Pixel 4a

Early renders of the Pixel 4a. (Source: OnLeaks x 91Mobiles)
Early renders of the Pixel 4a. (Source: OnLeaks x 91Mobiles)
We're not that far away from the release of the Google Pixel 4a phones, and a new leak has now given us a look at what are said to be live images of the phone. Notable takeaways include a hole punch, and the absence of any secondary rear cameras.
Ricci Rox,

We're about two months away from the release of the Google Pixel 4a phones, and the rumor mill is starting to grind a bit faster. Renders of the phone were revealed months ago, and more images are starting to surface, with the latter possibly being our first look at a live image of the Pixel 4a.

The leaked images only confirm what we saw with the renders @OnLeaks shared back in December. The Pixel 4a is shown with a hole punch at the top left corner of its display. Bezels are present and, in typical Google fashion, not quite as slim as we'd expect from such a phone in 2020. 

At the back of the device is a square camera module, just like the Pixel 4's. The module house just one lens, though. Don't expect an ultra-wide-angle or telephoto lens from the Pixel 4a. The Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL sport two lenses, and it would appear that Google is trying to keep the Pixel 4a firmly below the flagships.

There's a chance these images are photoshopped, so you'd do well to take them with a pinch of salt.

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Ricci Rox, 2020-03- 8 (Update: 2020-03- 8)
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I'm a freelance copywriter who lives and dies for tech. Android, ​especially. The smartphone market is one going through an impressive growth spurt, so I crawl the Internet with keen interest in a technological ecosystem that doesn't seem to be slowing down anytime soon.