The upcoming Google Pixel 4a is now shrouded in a strange mystery. We do know that the device exists, but the problem is that Google hasn’t announced anything. Complicating matters, we recently discovered that Google will release the Pixel 4a 5G, along with the standard version, which will feature the SnapDragon 765G processor.
Recently, Google last posted a picture of the Pixel 4a on the Google Store, and today we got the news that the Google Pixel 4a 5G has appeared on the MNVO operator. The presence of the Google Pixel 4a 5G on MVNO’s website raises more questions about the device’s existence and listing.
Now, it’s nothing new for devices to appear in official operators or even regulated websites. Today, however, XDA noted that there are two Google G025E devices on the list of 5G compatible phones. So to be sure, Google will definitely release multiple versions of the Pixel 4a, including 5G and standard versions. We don’t know much about the device except the model. But the phone has been leaked countless times in the past few months, and the only thing that needs is an official release.