Google has not released the Pixel 4a yet. The mid-range phone was expected to debut in May through the Google I/O 2020 event. Since it was canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic, it was not clear when the search engine giant would be announcing the Pixel 4a. In June, reliable tipster Jon Prosser said that the phone may go official on July 13, even that did not happen. In a fresh tweet, Prosser claims that he is 100 percent sure that the Pixel 4a will be announced on August 3.
The date (August 3) is only a week away and there is no confirmation yet from the company. While we would take this with a pinch of salt, for now, Prosser's confidence, coupled with the fact that the date is imminent, and that we’re expecting to see the Pixel 4a soon anyway, all suggests there’s a high chance he's correct. Based on the recent reports, the Google Pixel 4a will have a 5.81-inch IPS LCD display that produce Full HD+ resolution. The punch-hole screen will offer a high screen-to-body ratio. It is said to have a front camera of 8-megapixel. The backside of the phone may feature a 12-megapixel camera. The phone will draw power from the SDM 730 Chipset. The SoC is coupled with up to 6 GB of RAM and 128GB storage. The phone will come with a 3,080mAh battery.