For the last couple of months, we’ve been hearing a lot about the Google Pixel 4a smartphone thanks to numerous reports and leaks. In fact, the device recently got listed on the french retailer website. Initially, the device was supposed to launch in May which later got delayed to the month of June and then to July. Well, it looks like the smartphone has now appeared on the FCC listing for certification.
Google Pixel 4a gets FCC certification, inching closer to the launch
The much-awaited Pixel 4a has now surfaced on the FCC listing for the certification. As per the listing, the device will arrive with three different model numbers – G025N, G025M, and G025J. It looks like the last model number is going to be the US variant. To keep the design clean and minimal, Google is planning to opt for an e-label which means we should not see any markings on the back. Lastly, the FCC listing reveals the list of wireless bands that the device will support.
Apart from all these, the certification or listing doesn’t reveal much about the upcoming smartphone. Considering previous rumors and leaks, the Pixel 4a will be equipped with a 5.81-inch AMOLED panel with Full HD+ resolution. The display will also feature a punch-hole cutout located on the top left corner. Under the hood, the device should run on Snapdragon 730 chipset paired with 6GB RAM and 64GB/128GB storage options.
In terms of optics, we’re looking at a single 12.2MP primary sensor and a single 8MP selfie shooter housed inside the notch. Powered by 3,080 mAh battery, the device will support 18W fast charging support through USB Type-C port.
Launch, Availability, Price
Since the device has now made its way to the FCC listing, it is safe to assume that the device might be inching closer to the official launch. As per the previous report, the device will see the official announcement on July 13. The report further claims that the Black variant of the device will not launch until October 22 while the Barely Blue option will no longer exist. Talking about the pricing, the base variant might cost $299. The top-model, on the other hand, should set you back $349. With that said, we’re looking to hear more about the device in the coming weeks.