Thanks to a surfaced prototype unit, we’ve learned a lot more about Google’s Pixel 4a in the past several days. Now, a contemporary image is confirming that Google is giving Pixel 4a a worthy-wished upgrade to its storage.
Last year’s Pixel 3a was spectacular for its trace. Regardless of some low-discontinue parts, it always felt very hasty for its trace tier. On the opposite hand, storage was one affirm on that instrument since Google opted to train low-discontinue eMMC storage.
It appears that may change on the Pixel 4a. The Pixel 4a unit obtained by TechnoLike Pluswas pictured and published by XDAwith its bootloader on display. On this page, we can inspect details such as the codename “sunfish,” the bootloader status, and even the serial number (which is blocked out for evident reasons). Most importantly, although, we verify details about the storage and RAM on the Pixel 4a.
First and foremost, the Pixel 4a will have 6GB of DDR4 RAM supplied by Hynix. That’s a gargantuan upgrade we’re wrathful for as the same leap in memory did wonders for the performance of the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. This was previously confirmed in a hands-on video, but a readout from the bootloader straight is even better.
2nd, we can inspect that Google is upgrading the storage. It’s nonetheless unclear at this point if there can be a 128GB mannequin of the Pixel 4a as the bootloader clearly says 64GB, but at the very least that storage is going to be of the U.S.2.1 variety. UFS 3.0 is the more basic standard found in fashionable smartphones, but 2.1 will nonetheless be a gargantuan upgrade from the slower eMMC storage found in the Pixel 3a. Notably, the chip specifically being customary is the 64GB UFS 2.1 H9HQ53AECMMDAR-KEM from SK Hynix.
Google’s Pixel 4a is correct looking better with each leak!
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