Google Pixel 4a inches closer to launch
The Google Pixel 4A was supposed to arrive in May but the launch was delayed in June, then in July and a recent report claimed that the 2020 Pixel is not coming before October. There is no official word yet from Google, but a Google smartphone, possibly Pixel 4A, has been confirmed by the US FCC, meaning its launch is closer than ever.
The FCC lists Google Phone in three different model numbers – G025N, G025M, and G025J. The last possibility is as an American model. Documents shared by the FCC also reveal that Google will choose an e-label to keep the back of the smartphone blank for a clean look.
Earlier leaked renderers have revealed the design of Google Pixel 4A and it is rumored that this smartphone will have Snapdragon 730 SC with 6 GB RAM and two storage options – 64 GB and 128 GB. B – which will be rumored to be 299 and 9349 respectively.
The Pixel 4A will play a 5.81 “Full HD + OLED screen with a punch hole in the left corner for an 8MP selfie camera. The main camera will be found.
Powering the Mid Ranger will be a 3,080mAh battery that will charge up to 18W via a USB-C port.