Google has reportedly published a picture of the Pixel 4A mistakenly on it’s Canadian online store. Why we think it might be a mistake is that the text describing the product was “Nest WiFi” but the picture above doesn’t look like one anywhere.
Meanwhile there have been numerous leaks of the Pixel 4A this past couple of months but nothing was official so everyone was hoping to get an official render which this might be it. With that, it might just confirmed how soon we might be expecting the Pixel 4A smartphone in the near future.
There was a rumor that Google had to shift the release date of the Pixel 4A due to the rising cases of COVID-19 around the world and the date on the device’s picture which states May 12th might just confirm that claim.
The accidentally “leaked” picture of the Pixel 4A has a matte black finish which is really cool and has a blue power button to it with a large camera module which confirms some of the previous leaks to be true to some extent thogh.
With the Pixel 4A, preceding it will be the bigger Pixel 5 series which we know will definitely be released this year but don’t know when. The Pixel 4A is said to also support 5G technology as it was uncovered in the code for Google’s search app last week.
But it seems like Google might be ditching a potential 5 XL, similar to how it has stuck with a single size for the 4A without a 4A XL.