If you've been anxiously waiting for the Google Pixel 4a, you won't have to wait much longer. As spotted by 9to5Google, the new mid-range handset has appeared on the company's own store. Naturally, that likely means that a launch is imminent.
The device was originally supposed to launch at Google's I/O 2020 developer conference, and that rumor is seemingly confirmed by the May 12 date shown in the renders. Unfortunately, I/O was canceled this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Google Pixel 4a is expected to arrive with a Snapdragon 730 chipset, an improvement over the Snapdragon 670 that was found in the Pixel 3a. It's also expected to include a 5.81-inch 2340x1080 OLED screen, a 3,080mAh battery, and 6GB RAM. It does borrow the square camera housing with rounded corners that's seen on the Pixel 4 series, but there's only one camera lens. No XL model is expected.
There's not much that we don't know about the handset besides pricing. However, if it follows the same trend that was set by last year's Pixel 3a, then it should start at under $400.