Google Might Launch Pixel 5a Soon

Previously this year, there were a lot of speculations about the Pixel 5a launching in June. However, due to the second wave of the pandemic that did not happen.

However, a new report has come up which shows that the Pixel 5a might make its debut shortly. Three devices have been discovered by Android Police on the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) database.

Although there isn’t any specific mention about Pixel 5a, there is a model number G1F8F of one variant that matches with previous versions that have been launched in the US. Thus, it looks like the rest of the two are going into the international markets.

The pandemic situation is getting better slowly and with that, there is a possibility that the Pixel 5a might be launched maybe next month.

The same thing happened with Pixel 4a last year, and thus its release was shifted to August 2020.

Going by reports the Pixel 5a will come in a 6.2-inch full HD+ OLED display and will feature a dual-camera (main + ultrawide) setup at the back. It is going to be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765 octa-core processor.

Apart from this, Google is also expected to launch the premium Pixel 6 and 6 Pro in October this year. They will come with Google’s proprietary chipset (codenamed: Whitechapel). They will also receive software support for up to five years.