A couple of months back, Google has officially launched Google Pixel 4a smartphone. The device sports a 5.81-inch display with a resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels and 443 PPI density. It comes in 6GB RAM and 128GB variant. Moreover, the Pixel 4a is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G (8 nm) Chipset coupled with Octa-core Processor and Adreno 618 GPU. In-camera, it packs a 12.2-MP single rear camera and 8-MP front-facing camera.
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- [November 08, 2023]: The Pixel 4a was excluded from the list of Pixel devices that bagged the Android 14 update. The update comes with the build TQ3A.230805.001.S1 and also comes with the November 2023 patch brings a fix for the multi-user bug
- [October 7, 2020]: Google Pixel 4a devices have finally started receiving the October 2020 Security patch update. The update is bumping on the RP1A.201005.006 Firmware version. According to the official release note, the update couples with the latest Security patch, bug fixes etc. Apart from that, the company has reportedly not added any new features yet. This update will enhance the performance and the Security level on the smartphone.
The company is sending the updates in phases, and it usually takes a few days to reach all the units. Meanwhile, you can go to Settings>Software updates>Check for the updates to check the update manually. Also, make sure to maintain a minimum of 60% charging before update to avoid unnecessary interrupts. We also suggest you to switch over to a WiFi network to prevent carrier data charges.