Recent speculation had suggested the Pixel 4a smartphone could arrive in the first week of June, but a new report has now cast serious doubt on whether we’ll get the mid-range Pixel before the end of July.
Android Police mainstay David Ruddock has received word that Google plans a July launch for the cheaper 4a, with no guarantees it won’t be delayed further still.
In a tweet on Thursday, Ruddock wrote: “Can confirm via my own source that it now appears Pixel 4a will be delayed into July. No exact timeframe. No idea if it could get delayed further.”
With many hoping the Pixel 4a would come alongside the announcement of the Android 11 public beta on June 3, this news could come as somewhat of a blow. However, it is representative of the struggle consumer tech manufacturers are…