Google Pixel 4a is fcc-certified and should be called “Pixel 5a”

Citingmedia XDA-Developers, Google’s new device, the “G025J”, has been certified by the FCC, and the new device should be the Pixel 4a, according to Google’s previous naming method. But as of July, Google still has no plans to release the new machine.

It follows news that the Pixel 4a will be released along with The Pixel 5, and Mishaal Rahman, a well-known editor of the media, has told the media that it is not so much “Pixel 4a” as “Pixel 5a.” Not much information about the phone is provided in the FCC certification document, but only mentions LTE (at least B5) that supports 4×4 MIMO and low-band LTE.

Google will still release the Pixel 4a on July 13, but the black version will go on sale on October 22nd and the “Barely Blue” version will be canceled. 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.”