The Google Pixel 4a was supposed to arrive in May but the launch got delayed to June, then July and a recent report claimed the 2020 Pixel isn’t coming before October. There’s no official word from Google yet, but a Google smartphone which is likely the Pixel 4a has been certified by the USA’s FCC, meaning it’s closer to launch than ever.
FCC lists a Google phone with three different model numbers – G025N, G025M, and G025J – with the last one likely being the US model. The documents shared by FCC also reveal Google will opt for an e-label to keep the back of the smartphone devoid of any markings for a clean look.
Additionally, the FCC filing includes a complete list of wireless bands the smartphone will support.
Previously leaked renders have revealed the design of the Google Pixel 4a and rumors have it that the smartphone will have a Snapdragon 730 SoC at the helm with 6GB RAM and two storage options – 64GB and 128GB – rumored to cost $299 and $349, respectively.
The Pixel 4a will sport a 5.81″ FullHD+ OLED screen with a punch-hole in the top-left corner for the 8MP selfie camera. Around the back, you’ll get a single 12.2MP main camera joined by a fingerprint reader.
Leaked Pixel 4a render
Powering the mid-ranger will be a 3,080mAh battery which will charge at up 18W through a USB-C port.