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Pixel 4a, Pixel 4a 5G, and Pixel 5 is Set to be Released by Google

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Pixel 4a, Pixel 4a 5G, and Pixel 5 is Set to be Released by Google

The Internet is powerful these days. Everything that we do connects with the internet, and the connections have never been compact and promising, just like today, the 21st century. Innovations are still evolving every single day, and our technology soul is not yet ready for it.

The Google Pixel schedule of launching their newest innovation was pushed later than on its planned schedule – which is understandable and given the state of the world that endlessly combats the deadly coronavirus – but speculations circulated that latest Google mobile apps will finally reveal the updates and that we’ll have a Pixel 4a, a Pixel 4a 5G, and a Pixel 5 before 2020 will finally come to an end.

Some trusted techno-savvy by 9to5Google spilled the information of the models in the beta version of the Google Search app for Android and other phone features, together with some internal codenames on that makes the speculations on a point that these are the phones on the way to snatch our wigs.

If this is the surprise that Google’s final Pixel product list for 2020 – and if its plans will be backfired for the second time around in the line, it wouldn’t be the first time to happen– it will only signify that a bigger XL version of either the Pixel 4a or the Pixel 5 is coming this year to eat us up.

We’re also intrigued and excited by the progress of a Pixel 4a 5G model that will give us the satisfactory net we deserve and the more affordable phone is going to come with both 4G and 5G variants that will blow us out, whereas the Pixel 5 will only be featured with 5G (the name fits, after all) that will certainly give the innovative features and faster reception and net connection. The data connection was refurbished, and now we will expect something great from this latest innovative move.

 

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Are you still torn between 4G to 5G? Try something new and explore the new things you will surely enjoy. Dissecting the new features and codenames and going off its earlier research 9to5Google suggests that both the Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5 will still use the same model of slightly sub-flagship, 5G-enabled, Snapdragon 765G – not the top-of-the-range Snapdragon 865 – which is better than the previous progress.

And truth to be told, the features are what exactly we expected from Pixel 5, but not necessarily the Pixel 4a 5G. Presumably, the Pixel 5 and the Pixel 4a 5G will offer a lot of different features and benefits – the build quality perhaps, or the rear camera setup and the data consumption regulator.

On the other model, the Pixel 4a will give us the standard mid-ranger that we’ve lavishly eaten when the speculations sprung these past few months. That would be the next in line with well-received Pixel 3a, which embarked and smashed the consumers’ satisfaction in May 2019, and it’s rumored to be arriving for $300-$400 with a Snapdragon 730 chipset, respectively.

On the other hand, Snapdragon 730 doesn’t support 5G, so the 5G version of the Pixel 4a would need a specs boost and bigger storage that is built in the features. However, this phone may well be the one we saw some leaked images of it before it was officially launched, initially believing it to be the Pixel 5 that we are waiting for. Are we excited? Come on, Google, we’re ready to quench our thirst.

And true enough, Google Pixel 5 could turn down the Pixel 4’s most unpopular feature to date. And now, Google is set to snatch our wigs this time, and are we ready for this? Of course! We’ve been waiting for this for so long.

 

 

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Jade Casas is proactive human rights activist and advocate. He was a campus journalist and an active student leader during his college years. He usually writes about entertainment, news, lifestyle and education.

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