Google?s cheaper Pixel phone is coming a bit later than originally anticipated.

According to leaker Jon Prosser [], the
Pixel 4a will be launched on July 13. Originally, the launch was scheduled for
May, postponed for June, and now it?s been postponed again, Prosser claims. The
phone is reportedly ready to launch, but Google delayed it due to the current
market conditions.

Prosser shared a few details about the new phone. He claims it will only have a
4G chip (no 5G) and come in two colors: Just Black and Barely Blue. Earlier
rumors claimed it would be powered by aQualcomm Snapdragon 730 chipset
[] and come with 6GB of RAM, a 3,080mAh battery and asingle, 12.2-megapixel rear
[] .

Google launches its flagship phones late in the year, and typically follows up
with a cheaper model in about six months ? last year it was the?Pixel 3a and the
Pixel 3a XL.?But Prosser says there?s currently no evidence of a larger, Pixel
4a XL model.

Google launched the?Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL?last October. The phones were praised
for their cameras, but battery life and starting storage left something to be
desired. But the main differentiator between these phones and the Pixel 4a will
be the price; Pixel 4 starts at $799, and the Pixel 4a islikely to start
[]at $399.

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