Google is slated to announce the much-awaited Pixel 5 smartphone on Sept. 30, along with a 5G-enabled variant of the Pixel 4a.
Earlier this week, tipsters @evleaks and @Jon_Prosser said that Google might make the Pixel 5 available in the United States for $699, and even more in Canada. If the new tweet from Prosser is anything to go by, the Pixel 5 will not be available until Oct. 15, while the Pixel 4a 5G will hit the store shelves sometime in Nov.
The Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a 5G are both slated to go up for pre-order on Sept. 30, the same day the event is scheduled to take place. Available in only Just Black and Subtle Sage, the Pixel 5 will be officially made available to the public on Oct. 15.
The Pixel 4a 5G, however, is in a different situation as the phone will be available in Just Black but won’t go up for sale until Nov. 19. Prosser says a Clearly White variant of the phone is likely to be made available, but not before 2021, provided Google doesn’t drop the plan entirely.
White variants of the Pixel 4a has surfaced online in the form of leaked renders in Dec., the renders showed that the white-tinted phone will come with an orange power key. With the reasonably priced Pixel 4a already available in the market, there may not be a need to rush the release of the 5G variant.
Google Pixel fans would fancy using a Clearly White Pixel 4a, even if it is exclusive to a 5G variant, which would reportedly cost $/€/£499.