We were one of the first people to get our hands-on with the Pixel 4a, all thanks to Google. The unboxing of the video has been linked below.
The Pixel 4a has been one of the best budget-entry smartphones available in the market with great specs, design, and features starting at only $349. The Google Pixel 4a is a great competitor the likes of Apple iPhone SE and the OnePlus Nord.
When we take a look at a new smartphone, one of the most important criteria is the Camera. With the increase in interest for Photography and Videography, having a great camera in your pocket is a must, and Pixel 4a does the job better than most of the smartphones available in the market including a few at a higher price range.
The Google Pixel 4a comes with just a single camera, and it is honestly, enough to do the magic.
There is a 1/2.55 ‘sensor in 12.2MP camera with 1.4 μm pixels in size. While the Pixel 3a used an f/1.8 aperture lens with a 28 mm field of view equivalent, the Pixel 4a has a slightly brighter f/1.7 aperture and a 27 mm field of view equivalent. The camera is also optically stabilised and also has the HDR+ Algorithim Support.
Here are a few photos and video samples, so you can be the judge.
As you can see, the Device performs really well in all the conditions. The photos are crisp and colors are natural in almost all the pictures, be it an Indoor Shot or a Picture under the Natural Light.
Lots of devices struggle when it comes to Low Light Photography, but the Pixel 4a stands out. The built-in astrophotography is also one of the best features available in the device. Here is an example,
The Pixel 4a can shoot up to 4K video at 30 frames per second, and there’s also an option to shoot 1080p@60fps.
Here are a few sample videos,
The Google Pixel 4a 5G has already been listed on Geekbench and is going to be launched soon alongside the Google Pixel 5.
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