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Google Pixel 5 and 4a 5G tipped to launch on September 30

Google introduced the much-anticipated Google Pixel 4a earlier this month. With the announcement, it mentioned that the Pixel 4a will get a 5G variant along with the upcoming Pixel 5 5G slated to arrive this fall. Cut to the latest leak by Jon Prosser, the two 5G phones mark their launch on September 30.

This comes from Prosser who has a reputation of leaking out credible intel and this seems legit. As per the tweet, both Google Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5 5G are tipped to launch on September 30 which is almost two weeks before last year’s Pixel 4 launched.

Google Pixel 4a 5G & Pixel 5

Google Pixel 4a 5G & Pixel 5 Price

Summoning the release date, the Pixel 5 5G will arrive in two colorways i.e. Green and Black while the Pixel 4a 5G will arrive in just Black. A White-colored Pixel 4a 5G will arrive in the limelight sometime in October. Talking about the pricing, the upgraded Pixel 4a 5G will start at $499 which is $150 more than what the LTE based Pixel 4a launched earlier this month. It is yet to be known if Google has tweaked the entire drivetrain on the upcoming Pixel 4a 5G or simply added the 5G support with the Snapdragon 765G since the LTE variant was launched with Snapdragon 730G. There’s no information on Google Pixel 5 Price yet.

Talking about Pixel 5 5G, it will definitely have considerable upgrades over the last year’s Pixel 4. As Google hasn’t declared any specifications for either of the phones, we are left with assumptions until it comes true on September 30 if all goes as per the plan.

Google Pixel 4a 5G & Pixel 5 Availability

About the availability, both the 5G phones will be available in the US, Canada, Australia, the UK, Germany, Ireland, France, Taiwan, and Japan. Other regions will get the 5G powered Pixel 4a and Pixel 5 in the coming months for which Google will update the status and we will let you know when it happens. Stay tuned to TechTantrum for further updates.

Source ~ Google, GSMArena 1, 2

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