03 August 2020
Google Pixel 4a is said to be launching on August 3 finally after being the subject of so many delays. Jon Prosser who has a strong track record of providing the right leaks on upcoming products has conveyed this via his Twitter account. The tipster quotes his own previous tweet where it was mentioned a different launch date for the long-awaited Pixel 4a.
Previously, Pixel 4a was rumored to launch at Google’s I/O event but the launch delayed, and later it was reported to get unveiled on July 13 but that didn’t happen too. And, today we are learning through the tipster that the launch is not too far from us.
The tipster even claims that this is his final update on the launch of the Pixel 4a and he is 100% sure about it The tweet, however, does not offer more details on the device, though you can look into the past and learn what is already rumored.
Finally happy to give a final update on Pixel 4a!— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) July 26, 2020
The last date I gave you (provided in the tweet below) is the launch day!
Pixel 4a. August 3. 100%.
Only question is...
Do you care anymore? Or have they pushed this off too much? https://t.co/SZkQpvRAZI
Earlier this month, it was observed that the Pixel 4a has received some necessary certifications. This made everything more apparent that the launch is just around the corner.
Past rumors have suggested the Pixel 4a will feature a 5.81-inch OLED FHD+ display with 2340 x 1080 pixels resolution. It will be powered by the Snapdragon 730 processor with Adreno GPU, 6GB RAM, 3080mAh battery with 18W fast-charging tech. It will feature a single 12.2MP rear camera with autofocus and OIS/EIS.
Pixel 4a has leaked numerous times in the past where we also get a chance to see it in its full glory. It carries a single camera on the front and that is housed inside a punch-hole. On the back, the single-camera is housed inside a squarish module with an LED flash.
The Pixel 4a is tipped to cost $349 for the 128GB and 4GB RAM model.
Pixel 4a, the much looked-for smartphone may joggle the market dominated by other Android mid-range phones. Primarily, it will target the countries where Pixel 4 was not made available, for instance, India.