The Pixel 4a is one of the most anticipated devices made by Google, as the smartphone should carry many of the features that made the Google Pixel 4a a hit while also being more affordable in comparison to the original version.
According to the initial schedule, Google should have revealed the Pixel 4a during its I/O conference. The event has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, and it is rumored that several delays could be encountered.
A reliable source has stated that the Pixel 4a announcement has already been rescheduled, and it should take place on July 13. There is no information about the context during which the announcement will be made, but an online announcement event or a press release seems to be the best variant at this point.
The device, which sports a $349 price tag, should be available on the market in a few days after the announcement will be made. Google can already ship it if it wants to, but it appears to struggle with decisions related to the release timeline.
It is likely that the company will base its decision on the result of market analysis. After the device is released, customers will be able to pick between two colors, the popular Just Black and a new Barely Blue variant that will replace the classic Clearly White option.
The Pixel 4a will sport a generous 5.8-inch panel accompanied by considerably smaller bezels and a punch-hole camera, with the latter being a premiere for a Google device.
On the rear of the device is a square camera module that houses a 12MP sensor taken from the Pixel 3a and a led flash.
With the help of the advanced algorithms developed for the Pixel 4, the device should be able to shoot impressive images and pack some fun features, including the acclaimed Night Sight mode. A Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 will be paired with 6GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage space.
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