A couple months back, some renders surfaced that claimed to give us our first look at the design of Google's Pixel 4a. Now the upcoming Pixel has leaked again, but this time the images may show the actual device in the flesh.
The design of this mystery device lines up with the aforementioned Pixel 4a renders that we saw, complete with a hole-punch in the upper left corner of the screen and a square rear camera housing. There's a rear fingerprint reader, too, which Google dropped on the flagship Pixel 4 in favor of face unlock.
A second round of photos shared by TechDroider on Twitter purportedly show the Pixel 4a with the same hole-punch, square rear camera housing, and rear fingerprint reader. This time we get a look at the phone without its fabric case.
There's not much known about the Pixel 4a's specs, but rumors have suggested that it could include a 5.7-inch or 5.8-inch screen, which wouldn't be much larger than the Pixel 3a's 5.6-inch display. It's also thought that the Pixel 4a could have a Snapdragon 730 processor and 3.5mm headphone jack.
The timing of the Pixel 4a's announcement is still a mystery, too. The Pixel 3a was announced in early May last year at the start of Google I/O 2019, so we could see the Pixel 4a revealed in a couple of months, even if Google I/O 2020's physical event has been canceled due to coronavirus concerns.