14 July 2020
The launch of the Google Pixel 4a is still questioned no matter the top tipster has already tipped it to be July 13. The device has already seen many delays and it will not be a surprise if we hear something similar yet again. In his latest tweet, Jon Prosser reassures the announcement of the Pixel 4a is still happening on July 13, but it may not be available on the said date he tipped earlier.
According to the tipster’s findings, the “Black” model will launch on October 22 and the listing for the “Barely Blue” has been removed entirely. Previously, the tipster found that the Pixel 4a in black could launch in August and the blue one would launch in October. But the latest findings show different launch months.
In a follow-up tweet, Prosser made mention of the launch of the Pixel 5 as well. According to the tipster, the launch of the Pixel 5 has been pushed back as well. Prosser points out that it would possibly be smart to just launch the Pixel 5 and 4a side-by-side, especially if there is one model of Pixel 4a that will launch.
The Pixel 4a is expected to come with a bezel-less punch-hole display. It may come powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 processor and coupled with 6GB RAM. The phone may come with a single-camera setup on the back panel, housed within a square-shaped camera module. Pixel 4a may not come with 5G support. It is possible that Google Pixel 4a is going to cost $349 for the 128GB model.