Google’s mid-range smartphone, the Pixel 4a, has been unveiled in Australia in a promotional material.

Google’s Pixel 4a is just hours away from its official launch, and while we believe Google will be careful to roll it out in every store, that hasn’t stopped speculation. We’re glad Google has finally launched this phone.

The Pixel 4a, which is now available in Australia’s JB Hi-Fi, provides some information about the device and the promotional material spent on the device that Google currently provides. Based on these promotional materials, Google’s Pixel 4a will perform well in three main divisions. The first will be the camera, as Google argues that users will take rich photos at the right price, and Google has also shown sample photos and different shooting modes.

Google then said the smartphone lasts up to 24 hours, making it clear that the Pixel 4a will have a pretty good battery life. Google is also talking about how Google Assistant and Recorder will help users. Google also showed off its Titan M security model and how it will take control of everything for those who care about security.

Google is sure to want to make a difference in the mid-range smartphone space, but it remains to be seen whether the phone will succeed in making a difference in the market. Once the phone is officially released later today, we will provide full coverage.

Google's mid-range smartphone, the Pixel 4a, has been unveiled in Australia in a promotional material.

Google's mid-range smartphone, the Pixel 4a, has been unveiled in Australia in a promotional material.

Google's mid-range smartphone, the Pixel 4a, has been unveiled in Australia in a promotional material.

Google's mid-range smartphone, the Pixel 4a, has been unveiled in Australia in a promotional material.

Google's mid-range smartphone, the Pixel 4a, has been unveiled in Australia in a promotional material.