Google's Pixel 4a May Have Been Delayed, Yet Again!

Google Pixel 4a launch reportedly delayed to 13 July expected to come with 4G connectivity

Google Pixel 4a, which was originally expected to launch in May, will now be launched in July.

The Pixel 4a was initially expected to make its debut at Google I/O 2020 before the coronavirus pandemic forced its cancellation, at which point it was delayed to June.

The renders also showed Google Pixel 4a sporting a volume rocker, an orange-colored power button, a 3.5mm audio jack, as well as USB Type-C port and speaker grilles.

It's worth noting that Amazon has that same deal going for the Pixel 3a XL as well, but only for the Just Black color (the other colors are back-ordered, with no discount listed).

Rumors of this year's Pixel 4a abound, but the device's release date is still up for question. We were hoping we might see the new Pixel arrive on June 1 during the Android 11 Beta launch livestream, but now a new report suggests a July release. The phone is reportedly ready to launch, but Google delayed it due to the current market conditions.

Prosser didn't have anything to add about the price or the specifications, but previous leaks have told us that the Pixel 4a will ship with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 CPU, 6GB of RAM, up to 128GB of internal storage, 3080 mAh battery with 18W wired fast charging, and 12.2-megapixel rear-facing camera. This is the lowest price we've ever seen for the unlocked version of the Pixel 3a. Alongside the new iPhone SE, it's simply one of the best camera phones you can buy under $400.



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