Google Pixel 4a

Google Pixel 4a release date, price and specifications – Through another certification agency, the Google Pixel 4a gives us a better idea of its specs. The Pixel 3a and 3a XL were some exciting devices launched last year, without a doubt. Most of what made the Pixel 3 great, including that amazing camera for under $400. All eyes are on the Google Pixel 4a in 2020.

What the 3a series did, the Pixel 4a will attempt to replicate ostensibly. The Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will be slashed out while rear camera experience, super-fast Android updates, and Pixel-exclusive software feature being retained.

Name and Release Date of Google Pixel 4a Phone

Since its starting point, the Google Pixel series has stuck to the same naming convention. To the name of the upcoming mid-range entry in the series, there is a little doubt. The Google Pixel 4a launch is Google’s next mid-ranger phone, outside of some arising crazy situation.

Unfortunately, there will be no Pixel 4a this year, which has been confirmed by sources close to Android Authority this year. Some of the Pixel 3a XL fans might be disappointed with this, but the production costs will likely be reduced for the tech-giant Google and helping Pixel 4a phone to be kept at a reasonable price range. Some Pixel 4a packages pictures that were surfaced on twitter, appear to confirm the name.

At Google I/O 2019, the Pixel 3a series was launched by Google, so the first assumption that it would launch the follow-up around the same time which seemed reasonable. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Google I/O 2020 was canceled, the tech-giant, Google was expected to go ahead with an online-launch of the new phone around the same time, but that didn’t happen. The general sale date was moved to June 5, 2020, according to evidence that popped up. Then came the belief that Pixel 4a would land on June 3 at the confirmed Android 11 event, which didn’t happen either.

On July 13, the device is expected to land with the phone hitting the IMDA, the FCC, and Taiwan’s NCC, so the release