Google Pixel 4a to be released on May 22nd

Amine Sahal
Google Pixel 4a

The Google Pixel 4a is undoubtedly the new target for Google fans, but also by all those interested in the Smartphone market. According to many sources, our patience should be rewarded very soon.

Indeed, Caschys claims to have obtained internal and confidential documents from the operator Vodafone. The documents are supposed to refer directly to Google’s next smartphone.

According to these documents, the operator intends to launch Pixel 4a on May 22nd.

Google Pixel 4a would be expected on May 22nd.

Caschys does not mention the release date of the presentation of the terminal, but good to mention that Google I/0 2020 was originally scheduled to take place between the 12th and 14th of May. It would, therefore, make sense for Google Pixel 4a to be unveiled around these dates, with an official release the following week.

The rumors have been going around for quite some time now, and we have a pretty clear idea of what the terminal should offer.

The Pixel 4a would inherit a 5.8-inch AMOLED screen, a screen capable of displaying Full HD+. Behind it, we should expect a Snapdragon 730 with 6GB of RAM. The storage space would, of course, depend on the model chosen, and two variants would probably be 64GB and 128GB.

Two variants are planned

However, there is no guarantee that these two models will be released in Europe. It should indeed be recalled that Google had chosen to limit itself to the 64 GB model for the European release of Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL (with some exceptions).

The battery would reach a capacity of 3080 mAh, and we should, of course, expect a photo module equipped with a 12 Mpx sensor and benefiting from all the algorithms of the firm. Google has always paid the highest care to this area, and it would be surprising to see the firm change its approach.

The price of the Pixel 4a should be quite contained, and the sources mention an entry ticket set at $399. That’s the price of the iPhone SE 2020.

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