Google Pixel 4a Release Delayed Again But Launch Is Still in July

The Pixel 4a is one of the most anticipated device for some months now and its specs and features have leaked beyond what the company would have liked. Going by the launch date of its predecessor, Google should have presented the phone last month at its Google I/O event, but that did not happened.

Last month, it was reported that the pixel device will be launched on July 13 but new details have surfaced saying we may have to wait for a little longer before getting our hands hands on it.

Google Pixel 4a CAD Render
Google Pixel 4a CAD Render

The Delay

According to Tipster Jon Prosser on Twitter, the Pixel 4a will still be announced on July 13. However, the “Just Black” variant will be launching on October 22 while the “Barely Blue” colorway “has been removed entirely”.

Back in May, Jon had revealed that the black variant will hit the market on August 6 while the blue variant will come nearly two months after on October 1. Unfortunately, no explanation has been given regarding change of the date for the black version and why the blue variant has been removed.

Jon also follow up the tweet with another saying that the Pixel 5 may also be pushed back. So rather than a likely October release date, the 5th-gen Pixel may be announced in November.

The Pixel 4a will have a punch-hole display and be powered by a Snapdragon 730 processor. It will not come with Active Edge according to a report and there will be no XL variant.


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