The Google Pixel fans have yet another heartbreaking news of delay in launching this year’s lineup, Google Pixel 4a. As per the latest news breaking on Pixel 4a, the smartphone may merely be announced on July 13 while the launch may take place on October 22. The reason for this postponement is yet unknown, however, the deteriorated market condition is blamed for the delay.
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The world is fighting with Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, which has drastically affected the world’s economy. The impact of the deadly virus on MWC 2020 when it had to be cancelled, the pandemic hasn’t made the situation any better yet for the tech world. Many smartphone giants repeatedly cancelled their launch events due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The smartphone industry has a major impact due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. This is majorly seen as the reason for the US smartphone giant to shift the launch date little further. According to tech analyst, Jon Prosser, the Pixel 4a may merely be announced on July 13. He, further, stated that the ‘Just Black’ variant will be launched on October 22. However, the ‘Barely Blue’ variant has been chucked off from the plan of launch.
Where’s Pixel 4a?
Here’s an update:
AGAIN, it seems Google has delayed Pixel 4a 🤦🏼♂️
Announcement still happening on July 13
But in the system, it’s listed that the “Black” model now launching October 22 😬
“Barely Blue” has been removed entirely…
I’ll keep you updated. 🤷🏼♂️ https://t.co/UgsWJrYK4U pic.twitter.com/TX209u9Jqb
— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) June 13, 2020
Earlier, the tech analyst had informed that the Pixel 4a will be announced on July 13 and launched in August. However, now the plan has a revision to see the smartphone launch shifted to October. Though, the discarding of ‘Barely Blue’ variant is disheartening to many. The company may also add Pixel 5 on the desk while launching Pixel 4a, this is yet to be affirmed by the news analysts.
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