Pixel 4a appears on French online retailers in Just Black and Blue
The Google Pixel 4a is arriving at some point soon. A new report from Android World spotted the Pixel 4a appear on two French online retailers’ websites: Ordimedia and eStock.fr. Two colors are listed for the Pixel 4a including Just Black, and Blue. This is contradictory to reports that Google had scrapped a blue option for the 4a and may only launch a black model.
The Black version has a model number GA02099-FR and the Blue one is GA02101-FR. In addition, the models are listed as having 128GB of onboard storage and showing an estimated delivery “within 8 to 12 business days” from eStock.fr, and Ordimedia shows an ETA of July 7. The prices listed are €506 and €441, respectively.Leaked Pixel 4a render
The Google Pixel 4a is reportedly going to be announced on July 13, so we’re not too confident about the accuracy of these delivery dates, and the prices seem a bit high. We are under the impression that these listings might simply be placeholders for the website until the Pixel 4a becomes official.
Based on recent reports, the Google Pixel 4a will be announced on July 13 and (supposedly) won’t be released until October 22.
The Pixel 4a will be powered by the Snapdragon 730 CPU and sport a 5.81-inch OLED screen with FHD+ resolution and a punch-hole 8MP selfie camera. There’s 12.2MP main camera, which we anticipate will take stellar photos thanks to Google software. There’s also a 3,080 mAh battery and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
- 25 Jun 2020
I agree that the updates do degrade pixel but I don't think it's deliberate. I think Google's product and software teams are really just that dumb. They let people experiment too much and they push out whatever they feel like
- 25 Jun 2020
It's an overrated camera , this phone will propably have the same price as s10 lite which is better in every shape or form apart from the extra years of updates . They hype so much that camera but every other phone who costs 450-500 euros is close to...
- 24 Jun 2020
add to that a planned scheme of OTA updates that deliberately degrade the user experience and performance of device within a year of launch