The future of Google Pixel 5a is thought to be floating in the air for a while. This prompted an unprecedented response from Google who confirmed it existed. Rumors have it that Google I/O is going to be where the Pixel 5a will officially launch. even if it had never happened before. We may finally have an expected launch window — August 2021.
BloombergGoogle Pixel 5a reports are expected to come in August this year. And this news comes from none other than Mark Gurman, who has a great track record of Apple leaks. In the report, Gurman said: “Google Pixel fans, this summer is for you. The Pixel 5a, the company’s next budget mobile phone, is expected to be announced and released in August.”
This is in line with an earlier statement from Google that said it would launch “This is in line with the launch of last year̵7;s a-series phones.” Last year’s Pixel 4a was announced in August of last year, although the Pixel 4a 5G was released in October later this year. It’s confusing as to which phone Google is referring to. Google simply stated that the Pixel 5a 5G will launch in the US and Japan. Although this does not exclude the possibility of launching in other countries. If availability is limited This may be due to the global chip shortage.
We haven’t seen much of a Pixel 5a leak yet, but thanks. OnLeaksAlso known as Steve Hemmerstoffer. We already know a lot about this device. The leaker revealed that the Pixel 5a 5G will be set to use the same camera setup as the Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5 and bring back the Pixel 4a 5G design. The device is expected to use the same Snapdragon 765G chipset found in the Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5.
A leak that confirms a few and interesting details comes from Google itself. A camera sample from the Pixel 5a was accidentally leaked in a recent Google blog post, with EXIF data revealing the image. One of the blog posts was taken by the 12MP ultra-wide-angle camera on the Google Pixel 5a as we approach the rumored August launch date. We may see more leaks of this nature, confirming what we already suspected: Google is saving big guns for the Pixel 6 launch.