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Looking at the spec sheet, it is clear that Google has been aiming to offer the Pixel 5 at a lower price point than its predecessors.
On the front, a 8MP single module does the selfie work, while on the back the Pixel 5 retains a dual-camera setup for its main shooter. However, while the Pixel 4 added a dedicated tele-camera to the main module, the Pixel 5 Google offers an ultra-wide but no tele.
As mentioned above, the major change between the Pixel 4 and the Pixel 5 in terms of camera hardware is the change from a dedicated tele-camera to an ultra-wide-angle.
It looks like Google thinks most users will prefer the latter. In reality, what users prefer largely depends on their shooting style and subjects.
In video mode, users can now shoot 4K video at 60 frames per second, which should be welcome news for those who have a need for the high resolution and increased frame rate , and Google says it has also improved video stabilization for smooth panning and a more cinematic effect.
We saw quite a lot of shadow noise on the Pixel 4 in our testing and sensor size was likely a contributing factor. The lack of a dedicated tele-lens likely means that users will have to accept lower levels of image detail in Pixel 5 images captured at zoom settings than on the Pixel 4.
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Sign Up. Overall, the Pixel 4a has a minimalist design, with the centrally located fingerprint scanner and square camera block in the top-left corner the only points of note on the rear.
Considering the phone has just one rear-facing camera, the size of the camera block seems a little excessive, but it's presumably a design decision from Google as it looks to mimic the square bump on the rear of the Pixel 4 and 4 XL.
On the plus side, the bump isn't raised all that much from the rear of the phone, which means you can place it on a surface and tap away at the screen with minimal wobble.
While the compact form factor of the Pixel 4a will appeal to many, in we also got the larger Pixel 3a XL, which offered much of the same specs as its smaller sibling, but with a larger 6-inch display vs 5.
So why is there no Google Pixel 4a XL? A Google spokesperson told TechRadar that "without bezels on the display, we're now able to fit more display in a compact form factor.
We think 5. Whether 5. Talking of the Google Pixel 4a display, let's take a closer look at it. As we've already established, it's larger by 0.
This is the first Pixel smartphone to come with an all-screen, bezel-less display, with the screen flowing around the punch-hole that houses the front-facing camera in the top-left.
While Google says it has removed the bezels on the Pixel 4a, if you look closely there's still a sliver at the base of the display and the edging around the rest of the display is thicker than we've seen on some rivals.
We've seen similar wallpapers on other handsets, such as the Galaxy S10 series, and we'd expect to see a bunch of fan-made options to hit the web in the coming months.
Using the older glass is a clear cost-saving measure by Google, but as long as you're reasonably careful with the phone it shouldn't be an issue. The 5.
The screen provides bright, clear and colorful visuals, and thanks to the handset's diminutive size it's each to reach pretty much all corners of the display.
Watching the HDR-enabled Space Force on Netflix was a pleasing experience, with excellent detail and color reproduction; however — and yes, we are going to say it — having moved from the OnePlus Nord to the Google Pixel 4a, the screen did feel a little small.
The Google Pixel 4a also features an always-on display, which will permanently display the time, date, battery level, weather and other information depending on the situation; for example, if you have alarms set it'll show your next alarm, and if you're listening to music on the Pixel 4a it'll show you the track name and artist.
It will also display notification icons, alerting you to new messages and information, and allowing you to decide whether or not you need to reach for your phone.
The Google Pixel 4a is in the minority when it comes to cameras, having just two: one on the back and one on the front.
There aren't too many other phones with so few cameras, especially in the crowded mid-tier, where manufacturers tend to scatter cameras around like confetti in order to try and make their handsets stand out, although the new iPhone SE is another.
On the back you get a It can shoot 4K video at 30fps, p at 30fps, 60fps and fps, and p at 30fps, 60fps and a super-slow fps. While it may not look like much on paper, especially when compared to the three- and four-camera setups on the back of many of the Google Pixel 4a's rivals, this main camera can still hold its own.
The Pixel 4a makes photography easy — just point and shoot, and most of the time the camera, combined with Google's intelligent software processing, means you'll get a great photo in many scenarios.
There are a handful of modes to choose from if you want something slightly different, including panorama and portrait, the latter of which produces a background blur effect using purely AI, as there's no depth sensor on the Pixel 4a.
The results from both are good, and portrait mode is especially impressive given the relatively simple hardware on offer. If you look carefully, you can see some of the stitching in panoramas, especially if you don't have the steadiest hand when shooting, and the background blur sometimes isn't as precise around your subject, depending on how complex the shape is.
That said, for a handset with such an affordable price tag, the photography prowess is still impressive. Forgot to switch to portrait mode?
You can apply a bokeh effect to photographs you've already taken — even ones from years ago taken with a different device — by heading to the Photos app, tapping edit and then using the blur slider to create the effect.
We tried it with a couple of snaps we'd taken while reviewing the OnePlus Nord a couple of weeks previously, and the Pixel 4a was able to apply the background blur to the images without too much trouble.
This gives you a live preview, for a better idea of how the final shot will look. It allows you to take more balanced shots, and is especially useful if your subject is backlit — a situation where they can easily be cast into shadow.
You'll also be prompted to switch modes if the phone detects low light levels, with the camera app suggesting that you try Night Sight instead of the standard camera option.
Night Sight is one of the best night modes we've used on a smartphone, and while the hardware and processing power on the Pixel 4a aren't up to the levels of the phone's flagship siblings, it still does an impressive job after the sun sets.
There's a dramatic difference between the standard camera mode and Night Sight, with photos significantly brightened, but usually in a way which doesn't look too artificial.
You'll need to hold the Pixel 4a still for a few seconds as Night Sight captures the scene at different exposure levels though — we'd recommend resting it against something, or using a tripod, for the best possible results.
It works much better outdoors, and as long as there's some sort of light source it really doesn't need to be much you can get clear shots, although the detail can be a little muddy.
Night Sight can also be used indoors, but images tend to look grainier. Night Sight has an additional mode built into it: astrophotography, which debuted on the Pixel 4, and there are several criteria you'll need to meet in order for this to work.
First you'll need to be outside at night, and it needs to be dark — and we mean really dark. In our residential area, it wasn't dark enough due to light pollution even at 11pm for the astrophotography mode to be triggered.
Second, you'll need to find somewhere to rest the Pixel 4a as it points at the stars, and if you're planning on using the Night Sight, and particularly astrophotography, modes frequently we'd recommend investing in a small tripod — you won't be able to use the astrophotography mode hand-held, as the phone needs to be stable, with zero hand shake.
And third, you'll need some patience. Once you've found your suitably dark location, and have the Pixel 4a set up rock-steady and pointing at the sky, after a few seconds the screen will read 'astrophotography on'.
Hit the shutter button, and the handset will proceed to capture your shot — this can take between one and five minutes, so don't move the phone too early.
We were unable to find a suitably dark location during our initial review time with the Pixel 4a, but we're planning a rural escape in the coming days, and we'll update this review with our astro-mode results.
With just a single rear camera, the Pixel 4a doesn't offer an optical or hybrid zoom, relying solely on its imaging smarts to give you up to a 7x digital zoom — although while it may be purely digital, at 2x you'd be hard pushed to tell, unless you examined the snaps in detail.
The degradation in quality is a little more noticeable at 7x, but if you have a steady hand and there's good, natural outdoor light the Pixel 4a is capable of taking some pleasing zoomed-in shots.
Having just the single camera also means there's no wide-angle option, and nor is there a dedicated macro camera. There's not much you can do to get around the lack of a wide-angle camera, other than take a few more steps back if your surroundings allow, or perhaps switch to panorama mode.
While the latter allows you to capture sweeping vistas, or a socially distanced group of friends, it's not as convenient as a dedicated wide-angle camera.
For many users, this won't be an issue, but if you're looking for maximum photography flexibility there are other handsets in the Pixel 4a's price range that can offer this.
Similarly, the lack of a macro camera is unlikely to be an issue for many users, and the Pixel 4a camera does an okay job of close-up photography, allowing you to get reasonably near to subjects and capture a good level of detail.
There's the obligatory portrait mode, which can apply background blur for arty self-portraits, and Night Sight is also available on the front camera — we found this worked well when we were trying to snap a selfie in lighting that was less than ideal, as long as it wasn't really dark.
Overall, the front-facing camera on the Google Pixel 4a is a solid snapper, and produces selfies with good color and detail. The Google Pixel 4a comes with a 3,mAh non-removable battery, which is larger than the power pack in its predecessor, and much larger than the 1,mAh battery in the new iPhone SE.
Google claims you'll get up to 24 hours of battery life from a single charge thanks to the firm's Adaptive Battery technology, although we didn't quite manage to achieve that.