Google announced a release of Pixel smartphones to be shipped later this year.
“This year, Pixel 4a and the first 5G-enabled Pixels, Pixel 4a (5G) and Pixel 5 coming this fall, will continue to bring the features people love packaged in sleek new hardware at more affordable prices,” said Google product management vice president Brian Rakowski.
First is the Pixel 4a that comes with iconic features that made its predecessor famous, such as a sophisticated camera system with a shocking starting price of $349 and soon to be available in the United States on August 20.
Then Google has its 5G version of the Pixel 4a that will cost $499. It may seem too much for only an upgraded mobile network capacity. Still, speculations said that this particular model would have a larger screen than the 4A’s 5.8-inch OLED display, or it’ll come with a second camera lens.
Meanwhile, its flagship Pixel 5 is “coming this fall” and that it will also support 5G with no further details. However, both of these will be available in Australia, Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Taiwan, and the United States.
According to Brian Rakowski, Google’s VP of product management, the company will “share more about these devices and [its] approach to 5G” in the coming months.