Google Pixel 4a launch delayed to July: Report
Google is now said to launch its mid-range Pixel in July and not May or June as expected.
Google Pixel 4a was earlier expected to launch this month. It was later reported that the launch has been delayed to June and now a new leak suggests it will take even longer for the Pixel 4a to debut.
This comes from Jon Prosser who's infamous for Apple leaks and has now made a surprising Pixel 4a reveal. According to Prosser, Pixel 4a is now scheduled to launch on July 13. He also says the phone is ready to ship but the launch has been delayed due to “market analysis”.
mobile to buy?
Pixel 4a— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) May 21, 2020
Was originally May, then got pushed to June, now pushed again.
“Just Black” & “Barely Blue”
Current plan for announcement:
BTW - just 4G.
(Sorry to kill the 5G rumors)
Seems like they're ready to ship. The decision is mostly based on market analysis.
Prosser also reveals that the Pixel 4a will come with only 4G and not 5G support as some leaks suggested. In terms of colour options there will be two called “Just Black” and “Barely Blue”. He further adds to the speculation that there will indeed be no Pixel 4a XL this time. Prosser has been accurate with his Apple leaks so far and it could work the same with the Pixel 4a as well.
Google's mid-range Pixel 4a has already been leaked and rumoured multiple times from reliable sources. Earlier this week it was revealed that the Pixel 4a will not come with the “Active Edge” feature. It will instead have a double tap gesture that will launch Google Assistant. On the other Pixels, users can do this by pressing the edges of the phone.
In terms of specs, Pixel 4a is expected to feature a 5.8-inch display, and run on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 730 chipset. It will come with 6GB of RAM and two storage options of 64GB and 128GB. Pixel 4a will most likely sport a single 12.2-megapixel rear camera and an 8-megapixel selfie camera.
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