Attention, Google Pixel enthusiast! Google company won’t be releasing the larger model of its low-budget smartphone this year. The idea makes sense if you take a look at the Google Pixel 3a XL that had many more sales than the Google Pixel 3 XL. Therefore, in Google’s budget eyes, looks like a waste of money if the same thing will happen to the Google Pixel 4 XL and the smaller version, Google Pixel 4, that was launched in October 2019.
Reportedly, there won’t be a Google Pixel 4a XL model
The newly received information about Pixel 4a comes from YouTuber Dave Lee, known as Dave2D. Google would be launching the Pixel 4a smartphone, without the XL version, said the tech vlogger with millions of followers. However, he doesn’t have a great deal of a track record when it comes to phone leaks; therefore, the news is yet to be confirmed.
No matter the reason, it will mean that costumers who like having a smartphone with a bigger screen will have to dig a little deeper into their pockets and buy the premium version of Google Pixel in 2020 if it doesn’t have a low-budget version.
More details on Google Pixel 4a
We already know all the leaks we need to know about Google Pixel 4a, as well as the unconfirmed renders. Google is focusing on a smaller mobile phone, which makes it easier for us to believe that the rumor regarding no XL version for the Pixel 4a model. The smartphone is regarded as likely to have a 5.7-inch or 5.8-inch screen and a less-than-top-end processor.
The previous version of Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL was launched in May 2019 at Google IO 2019, so this leads us to believe that the 4a version will appear roughly at the same time in 2020. The same launch timing may be for Android 11 too.
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