Google Pixel 4A May Ditch Motion Sensor – Spotted on US FCC

Google Pixel 4a may ditch the motion sensor according to new reports and also it has passed United States FCC certification earlier today.
Google Pixel 4a concept image

Google’s upcoming mid-range device named Google Pixel 4A may ditch the motion sensor according to new reports. The device passed United States FCC certification earlier today. Which also hinting at launch is near. Pixel 4A expected to launch at the Android 11 event on June 3, but it’s postponed.

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This report supposedly is based on info from XDA’s Mishaal Rahman and he claims it to be the Google Pixel 4a that was spotted on FCC certification. He found a device with model number G025. To recall, the Pixel 4 came with the model number G020, So there’re possibly to believe the device would be Google Pixel 4a.

According to the Verge, the Pixel 4A model will come without the Soli radar sensor chip integrated for Motion Sense gesture controls. Unlike last year’s Pixel 4, the Pixel 4a will launch in India. Last year it doesn’t happen due to the frequencies aren’t supported in the country yet. However, In FCC, it’s do not disclose millimetre wave radio frequencies used with the radar chip.

The Pixel 4A tipped to priced at $349 for 128GB model and $299 for lower variant 64GB. The octa-core Qualcomm SoC powers the upcoming Pixel 4A and will be coupled with 6GB of RAM according to Geekbench listing.

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