Google’s Pixel 4a may have been delayed until October, according to a new report. News of the delay comes from recently prominent leaker Jon Prosser who said on Twiter that Google would be announcing the upcoming phone in July, but had set the street date for the phone to October 22. The Pixel 5 may also be pushed back, Prosser says.
Where’s Pixel 4a?
Here’s an update:
AGAIN, it seems Google has delayed Pixel 4a 🤦🏼♂️
Announcement still happening on July 13
But in the system, it’s listed that the “Black” model now launching October 22 😬
“Barely Blue” has been removed entirely…
I’ll keep you updated. 🤷🏼♂️ https://t.co/UgsWJrYK4U pic.twitter.com/TX209u9Jqb
— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) June 13, 2020
The Pixel 4a was initially through to be set for a launch in May, later delayed to June to coincide with the launch of the Android 11 Beta. As of…