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

Remigio Civitarese
Mag 22, 2020

For now it looks like the Pixel 4a has been delayed until mid-summer, so if you still need a phone during the lockdown, now might be the time to act.

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As you can tell, this global pandemic has royally messed up every company's plans.

Rumors of this year's Pixel 4a abound, but the device's release date is still up for question. And at that point, Google might wait until 2021 to release it. It seemed likely that Google would show off the phone at its Android 11 beta launch show, but a new leak pours cold water on that theory.

According to Prosser, Google's current plan is to announce the Pixel 4a on July 13th. With the "Barely Blue" model being pushed way back to October 1. The decision to push back the launch of the phone is apparently due to demand rather than production issues, as Prosser says the Pixel 4a is "ready to ship".

A report by GSMArena said that the Google Pixel 4a will come with a Snapdragon 730 chipset paired with 4 GB of RAM.

Sure, the 3a isn't the hottest midrange device anymore, but it packs a punch in its affordable price: a camera in the same league as the regular Pixel 3, a fast and clean Android experience, and the promise of fast updates. Fortunately, B&H is offering the unlocked Pixel 3a XL for $319, making for a $160 discount off the normal price of that model. Alongside the new iPhone SE, it's simply one of the best camera phones you can buy under $400. He now resides in NY writing for BGR.

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