After a months-long delay and a steady stream of leaks, Google’s Pixel 4a is finally here. (Better late than never, right?) The search giant just officially confirmed the 4a’s existence this morning, so here’s what you need you know about Google’s latest — and cheapest — smartphone.
There’s only one model (for now). Google focused most of its resources on developing a single version of the Pixel 4a, and thanks to its 5.8-inch OLED screen, it physically splits the difference between last year’s Pixel 3a and 3a XL. As all those rumors suggested, the 4a looks cleaner than earlier models because Google went with a hole-punch display, rather than clutter things up with foreheads, chins, and notches.