A device believed to be Google’s upcoming Pixel 4a, Google’s low-cost smartphone, has been registered with the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
The device confirmed this time is a device called the model number “G025J”. Given that Pixel 4 was G025, it seems likely that the G025J is Pixel 4a.
According to the registration information, Pixel 4a still does not seem to be equipped with a Soli radar for gesture operation installed in Pixel 4.
The Google Pixel 4a just hit the FCC, but still no signs of when it’ll launch.https://t.co/UQMHk9Tz7r
…at this point, I’m on board with Google releasing it alongside the Pixel 5 as the “Pixel 5a.”
— Mishaal Rahman (@MishaalRahman) June 25, 2020
The release date of Pixel 4a is still unclear. In general, after passing FCC certification, it will be released within one to three months, and product pages have also been created on the French e-commerce site. It seems to be quite close to the release.
On the other hand, Mishaal Rahman of the Tweet gadget media XDA developers mentioned earlier expects the Pixel 4a to be integrated into the Pixel 5 series. When it comes to that, I think it will be a pretty tough battle on the specs.
Google Pixel 4a, which is not clear both in release time and price, I want you to make a positive surprise. Do share your thoughts about it in the comment section below!