We’re awaiting for the arrival of the Google Pixel 4a, but the midrange Pixel device keeps getting delayed. We were hoping we might see the new Pixel arrive on June 1 during the Android 11 Beta launch livestream, but now a new report suggests a July release.

According to Jon Prosser, who’s previously predicted the release date of the Apple iPhone SE, the Google Pixel 4a is going to be released on July 13. He reiterates that the 4a will not come with 5G support.

The Pixel 4a is expected to arrive in Just Black and Barely Blue with a Snapdragon 730 chipset paired with 4GB of RAM and expected to come in 64GB and 128GB variants. There’s a 5.81-inch OLED screen with FHD+ resolution. A 3,080mAh battery will power the phone.

Leaked Pixel 4a render

The key selling point of the Pixel 4a will be its Google-powered camera. The 3a took very nice photos for its price class and we’re expecting the Pixel 4a to rival more expensive phones with a well-optimized software experience, great battery life, and exceptional camera performance.

The Pixel 4a was originally coming at Google I/O in May, which was cancelled and reduced to a series of planned livestream events to kick off on June 1 where Google will release the first Android 11 public beta. The phone is rumored to undercut the iPhone SE’s $399 price with a rumored starting point of $299.

Source

Source Article