Google Pixel 5 vs Pixel 4a: How Google’s Upcoming Smartphones Are Different From Each Other?

by Bella James Writer

Google Pixel 4a has arrived, and Google has confirmed the launch of Pixel 5. It is expected that the Pixel 5 will hit the market with 5G support and extra phone lens. If Pixel 5 comes with these features, it will become tough for the Pixel 4a to survive in front of Pixel 5. 

Google’s budget smartphones have some downside in terms of overall performance but score more marks in terms of camera performance. 

Price Of Both Devices

You will get Google Pixel 4a at $349, with the durable plastic and headphone jack. But Pixel 5 is the premium Google Pixel phone with some new features like better camera, water resistance feature, and wireless charging. It is assumed that the premium Pixel phone will be launched with a price tag of the $699. 

There are speculations that Pixel 5 will hit the market in October. Apart from this, there is no further information about this product.

What About Design and Display Of Both The Smartphones?

The Pixel 4a has a 5.8-inches OLED display screen. You will be disappointed if you think that Pixel 4a will give 90Hz animations like their expensive Pixel flagships. Pixel 4a will provide you with a 60Hz refresh rate, and experts are expecting that Pixel 5 will give a 90Hz animation display. 

The Pixel 4a has a camera patch, but the phone has just one camera lens. Pixel 4a’s body was made from polycarbonate, and users might love the presence of a headphone jack in this smartphone.

Comparatively, there is less information about Pixel 5’s design in the public domain. Some leaks suggest that the Pixel 5’s design is slightly identical to the Pixel 4. There might be some differences in the actual design of the Pixel 5.  

Camera Of Google Pixel 5 And Pixel 4a

The Pixel 4a has the 12.2MP sensor without any other lens. Pixel is using this combination for the second time. But the absence of a different lens doesn’t matter as Google phone is known for the optics and sensor hardware. 

Some rumors about Pixel 5 suggest that the camera will have three lenses on the back of the phone. There are chances that the Ultra-wide optic lens will join the current telephoto lens and wide-angle lens that was the part of the Pixel 4. 

All the major smartphones by the Pixel were incapable of capturing the ultra-wide shots, and that was a bug in Pixel’s smartphones. But there is a hope that the Pixel 5 will work on this part and emerge as the true flagship smartphone. 

Performance Of Google Pixel 5 And Pixel 4a

If Google wants to cut the prices, they might pack Pixel 5 with the Snapdragon 765G, 765, or 768G processor chip. But people are expecting Snapdragon 865 in all the upcoming smartphones. 

Pixel 5 will have the 5G connectivity so that the users can enjoy the faster download speeds from the new 5G networks of the wireless carriers. 

Pixel 4a will run on the 4G networks and has the Snapdragon 730 silicon chip with the 6GB RAM. It offers decent graphics performance.

Battery Performance

There is no reliable evidence about the battery of the Google Pixel 5. Google Pixel 4 offers a 2,800-mAh battery, which is slightly less than the 2,915-mAh battery in Pixel 3a. So, one thing is pretty sure that Google might include a bigger battery in the Pixel 5 as it needs to handle the 5G radio frequencies. 

It is good to see that Google is offering Pixel 4a with better camera options than Pixel 3a and at a much lower price. However, there are some things that Google needs to work on.

Mia Watson is an avid technical blogger, a magazine contributor, a publisher of guides at Blogs Book, and a professional cyber security analyst. Through her writing, she aims to educate people about the dangers and threats lurking in the digital world. Read My Site the-ratings


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