Over the previous couple of weeks, we’ve been made to believe that Google Pixel 4a is about for a June first week launch. However, a replacement report has now attempted to throw cold water over such expectations. As per the newest information, subsequent Pixel mid-range flagship will likely be delayed some more, and should not be launched before July 13.
Google Pixel 4a is expected to be launched on July 13
The information comes courtesy of reliable tipster, Jon Prosser, who has previously been quite accurate with information regarding the launch date of the iPhone SE. As per Prosser, the Pixel 4a are going to be released on July 13 and can not accompany 5G support. He has also revealed some more information about the device.
Prosser claims the Pixel 4a is predicted to only arrive in only Black and Barely Blue colors. However, he doesn’t reveal anything about the hardware of the device. But we probably don’t even need his help thereupon.
The Pixel 4a is said to be launched with a Snapdragon 730 SoC
In the past few weeks, there are a variety of comprehensive leaks that have revealed all there’s to understand about Pixel 4a. As far because the specs go, there’s consensus amongst the leaks that the Pixel 4a might be powered by a mid-range Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 chipset paired with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The phone is probably going to feature a 5.81-inch OLED display with an FHD+ resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels and a refresh rate of 60Hz.
To keep the phone running, Google is tipped to equip the Pixel 4a with a 3,080mAh battery with support for 18W USB Type-C fast charging. However, the phone will miss out on wireless charging. The leaked information also claims the device could start retail for much but the Pixel 3a, and be delivered to the market with a $299 tag.
Google may not launch a Pixel 4a XL this year
For the worth, the Pixel 4a is predicted to bring really impressive camera features, and photo quality to match many of the premium flagships within the market. The phone is predicted to stay with one set-up, but pair it with highly optimized software for nice photography performance.
The phone was initially expected to be launched at Google I/O in May, however, with the event now canceled due to the Coronavirus outbreak, there’s little or no clarity on when the device is going to be finally launched. But considering how Google has kept mum on the topic till now, a July 13 launch — as leaked by Prosser — could actually find yourself being true within the end.