Over the past few weeks we have received a lot of information about the Google Pixel 4a, especially after its presentation has been postponed until next month. However, Google’s new midrange is back in the spotlight and it’s not for the best reasons.
According to Jon Prosser and David Ruddock (from the Android Authority website), Google Pixel 4a has been postponed again, now to July. While Ruddock reveals that there is still no confirmed date, Prosser says that the presentation will take place on the 13th. The leaker also reveals that the smartphone is ready to be launched, the decision having been influenced only by the state of the market.
What we know about Google Pixel 4a
So far, rumors have circulated about virtually every detail of the Pixel 4a. Having been revealed that it will arrive in two colors (Just Black and Barely Blue), it won’t have support for 5G and we won’t see an XL model coming either.
In addition, there is also talk of the possibility of not reaching an option with 64GB of internal memory, being restricted to only 128GB.
Alleged Pixel 4a specifications
- 5.81 “inch screen with Full HD + resolution and punch hole
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 processor
- 60Hz refresh rate
- 12.2 megapixel rear camera (Sony IMX363 sensor)
- 8 megapixel front camera (Sony IMX355 sensor)
- 3.5mm audio jack
- Fingerprint reader on the rear panel
- 3.080mAh battery
- Android 10
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