Google today announced the Pixel 4A with 5G, a variant of the budget phone it released back in August that supports 5G networks, during its “Launch Night In” fall hardware event. The device costs $499, a $150 jump over the standard 4A, but the 5G variant comes with a few notable hardware differences beyond its upgraded cellular modem.
The Pixel 4A 5G’s OLED screen is larger, for one, at 6.2 inches and a resolution of 2340 x 1080 over the standard 4A’s 5.8-inch display. The device also carries a slightly faster processor, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G, a slight ump over the standard 4A’s Snapdragon 730G.
Google did formally announce the Pixel 4A 5G when it launched the standard 4A and announced the Pixel 5, but there was still plenty of…tech, The Verge