The Google Pixel 4a was rumored to arrive on May 22 but according to a new report, the mid-range Pixel’s launch has been delayed until June.
This information comes from German blog Caschys, who claims to have obtained internal documents from Vodafone Germany which now list the expected delivery date of the Pixel 4a as June 5.
This date is for the German market but it’s almost certain that the rest of Europe will get the the Pixel 4a on the same day. The US, on the other hand, might get it earlier.
There’s no word from Google yet on when the Pixel 4a will be announced, but we may see the Internet search giant unveil the Pixel 4a during the Android 11 Beta Launch Show on June 3.
The Pixel 4a is rumored to have a Snapdragon 730 SoC at the helm with 6GB RAM and Android 10. It will pack a 5.81″ FullHD+ OLED screen and have two storage options – 64GB and 128GB.
In terms of imaging, the Pixel 4a will sport a 12.2MP primary camera on the back and an 8MP selfie shooter on the front with an FOV of 84 degrees.
The smartphone will come with a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and have a 3,080 mAh battery under the hood, which will charge at up to 18W through a USB-C port.
Top Google exec caught using a Pixel 4a
The Google Pixel 4a is approaching on May 22 and it will have a thump hole for the selfie camera. The latter fact became clear from an apparently acquitted shared screenshot by Google’s SVP of Hardware, Rick Osterloh.
The screenshot of him getting an Earth symbol on Fitbit has a blank space in the top left corner that’s set aside for the physical punch hole, which pushes the clock and the rest of the status bar to the side.
That’s not all we know about the future Google Pixel 4a. There have been two camera outflows that show off both the image quality and divulge that the Pixel 4a indeed will have just the one lens.
Apple already laid strong claim to the midrange market with its entry-level iPhone SE (2020) and we’ve known that Google is prepping a Pixel 4a for some time now. May 22 can’t come soon enough.