Originally, the Google Pixel 4a was slated to be launching this month. The launch was later pushed to June, and now some sources say that the smartphone will be delayed even further, until July.
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, the tech industry has seen a wave of events and launches that have been cancelled, rescheduled or changed in one way or another, and it seems the Google Pixel 4a is no exception. According to Front Page Tech host Jon Prosser, consumers will have to wait until July 13 before getting their hands on the new smartphone from Google.
Was originally May, then got pushed to June, now pushed again.
“Just Black” & “Barely Blue”
Current plan for announcement:
BTW – just 4G.
(Sorry to kill the 5G rumors)
Seems like they’re ready to ship. The decision is mostly based on market analysis.
— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) May 21, 2020
Some were hoping that launch of Google Pixel 4a would coincide with the launch of Andriod 11 Beta – though this is now unlikely if the launch of the phone is pushed to July. Jon Prosser also “kills” the 5G rumours by saying that the phone will only use 4G connectivity.
According to a tweet from Stephen Hall, managing editor at 9to5Mac, the phone is expected to be sold with a price tag of $349.
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