The Pixel 4a, Google’s latest mid-range model, was originally scheduled to appear at the I/O conference in May, but was forced to cancel the i/O conference affected by the outbreak, so the Pixel 4a was not named below. Then came news that the Pixel 4a would be released at the June 3 Launch of the Android 11 Beta, but the Android 11 Beta launch was also canceled due to the situation in the United States.
Recently, according tomedia reports, the latest revelations show that the release of Pixel 4a was again postponed.
Sources say the Pixel 4a black edition will be released no earlier than October 1, and the blue version will be canceled.
The outlook for the Current Google Pixel series is really bleak, with the Pixel 4 series selling less than expected and even leading to the departure of the Pixel Series image director, the Pixel 5, which was downgraded to a mid-range chip, despite a top-of-the-line sales of 7.2 million units in 2019.
However, the Pixel 4a is somewhat competitive, and the Pixel 4a features a 5.81-inch OLED cut-out screen with a resolution of 2340×1080 and a SnapDragon 730, 6GB RAM, 64/128GB ROM, 3080mAh battery, support skid 18W, does not support wireless charging, whether from the size of the three-wall ediffy or market positioning, the Pixel 4a is called the Android camp of the “iPhone SE.”
Media also see the Pixel 4a as a direct competitor to the iPhone SE, while the iPhone SE starts at $399 and the Pixel 4a 128GB version could cost $349, making it more cost-effective.