- Google will launch the device later this year.
- It is reported that the company will make it official in the United States and in Japan.
- There is no information on the exact launch date.
Recently, we came across a rumour which suggested that the mountain view company is cancelling its upcoming Pixel 5a 5G and the reason said that the company is facing problem with the supply as there is a shortage in the mobile chipsets. The company has now responded to the rumour and it is a piece of good news for the fans of its smartphones. So without making any further delay let’s dive into the article to check out all the available information about the upcoming smartphone.
The search engine giant Google has confirmed that the rumour is fake and the company will launch its upcoming Pixel 5a 5G later this year and it is expected that the company will announce the device alongside the Pixel 6 usually arrive in the month of October during the Made by Google event.
Apart from this, we don’t have any other information about the upcoming device but it is expected that the same will be announced with a fingerprint scanner on the back and it is also expected that the company will improve the design language of its upcoming smartphones. It is also believed that the tech giant Google is planning to develop its own mobile processor and if that is true then we are going to witness a powerful smartphone.
As of now, we can only wait to get more information about the upcoming Smartphones and we are looking forward to get the actual launch date of its new smartphones. We recommend you to stay tuned with us for the latest happenings from the technological world at your fingertips and don’t forget to share your thoughts about the upcoming Google devices in the comments section below. If you are new on this website then don’t forget to smash the bell icon at the left corner of the screen to get the notifications instantly.
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