Alleged Google Pixel 4a marketing design indicates potential pricing

Leaker Evan Blass photoshopped the marketing ad onto an image to showcase what it would look like

Notable leaker Evan Blass has posted an image of a billboard design for the Pixel 4a that allegedly confirms the price of the smartphone.

The image is clearly photoshopped to showcase what the design would like in a real-life setting and displays the phone with a $399 USD (about $548 CAD) price-tag.

This price is similar to that of the Pixel 3a, which started at $549 in Canada when it launched last year. With Blass’ track record, there’s a great possibility that the pricing is correct, but nothing has been confirmed.

The image also suggests that there will be a white and black version and that there will be at least two variants of the phone since Blass’ images indicate that it’s “starting at $399.”

There isn’t much left for Google to surprise consumers with, since many hardware features have been shown off in an alleged hands-on video. The Pixel 4a reportedly runs Android 10 and sports a 5.81-inch LCD display with an upper left hole-punch camera and a 1080 x 2340 pixel resolution at 443ppi. The handset in the video also features a 60Hz refresh rate.

Further, the Pixel 4a is rumoured to feature a Snapdragon 730 chipset, 6GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage and a 3,080mAh battery.

Source: Evan Blass (@evleaks), Android Police