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Google’s Pixel 4a release date may be delayed yet again

Google Pixel 4a launch reportedly delayed to 13 July expected to come with 4G connectivity Google Pixel 4
Cecil Davis | 23 May, 2020, 00:43

The only downsides are the lack of water resistance, expandable storage and lower performance, since both phones are equipped with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 670 and not the Snapdragon 845 found on the Pixel 3.

The Pixel 3a lineup may only offer mid-range specs from 2019, but they do come with good battery life, fantastic software (with plenty of updates directly from Google) and the best camera experience you're ever going to find in a phone this cheap.

Visit BGR's homepage for more stories. The smartphone was earlier rumoured to be unveiled in June during the Android 11 Beta launch livestream.

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Once they have a token, they can place an order through Whatsapp or by calling up the store. It has also said it will scale down its cloud kitchen operations as well.

According to tipster Jon Prosser, the Google Pixel 4a is going to be released on 13 July. With the "Barely Blue" model being pushed way back to October 1. The phone is reportedly ready to launch, but Google delayed it due to the current market conditions. But Google had to cancel the 2020 event, and rumors began to crop up suggesting that the release date had been moved to June.

Sure, the 3a isn't the hottest midrange device anymore, but it packs a punch in its affordable price: a camera in the same league as the regular Pixel 3, a fast and clean Android experience, and the promise of fast updates.

As for the prospects of a Pixel 4a XL, a larger model has been absent from most reliable leaks, and Prosser said in a follow-up tweet that he hasn't seen any evidence of an XL model himself either.