Pixel 4a removed from Google Store
After being out of stock on the Google Store for several weeks, the Google Pixel 4a is officially no longer listed on the Google Store as reported by 9to5Google
The Google Pixel 4a was released back in August of 2020 after being delayed for several months – it was originally expected to arrive sometime in April or May of that same year. The Pixel 4a only had 4G connectivity and a smaller 5.8-inch display and its midrange Snapdragon 730G chipset gave it great battery life. The $350 Pixel was an amazing value for its time.
The Pixel 4a was the last Google Pixel to be released to more markets. Starting with the 5G Pixels (4a 5G and 5), Google severely limited their release to key markets including the US and Japan. The global component shortage and supply chain constraints made it more difficult for Google to produce and sell enough Pixels.
The Google Pixel 5a 5G is Google’s cheapest Pixel offering right now. It retails for $449 and can be had for as low as $299 if you buy it with a Google Fi plan in the US. Anyway, Google’s expected to launch its foldable device sometime this year, but we’re also expecting to see (and have already witnessed some leaks of) the Pixel 6a come sometime this year. Given the timing of its previous two a-Series Pixels, we might expect such a Pixel to arrive in August, though rumors have pointed to a May release – we wonder if Google plans to release it to more markets though.
- 03 Feb 2022
- 02 Feb 2022
Why do you write it has "only 4G"? Almost everywhere in the world 4G is just as fast and sometimes even faster than 5G. I don't know what is happening in the US but I have tested 230Mbit/s easily with 4G.
- 01 Feb 2022
I disagree, user interface for Google is simplified and a more efficient OS, and also look at the price difference you are getting pretty much flagship level stuff for the price of Samsung's budget line