The wait is finally over! Google has just announced their brand new Pixel 4A and Pixel 4A 5G smartphones.

The wait is finally over! Google has just announced their brand new Pixel 4A and Pixel 4A 5G smartphones.

The wait is finally over! Google has just announced their brand new Pixel 4A and Pixel 4A 5G smartphones. These are the fourth generation of their Pixel series, which they have been working on with their partner HTC, and they’re sure to change the way we see smartphones in the future! There are two models in this series, one being the non-5G version, and the other being the 5G version.


Pixel 4A is a complete redesign of the earlier model but with a ton of upgrades all around. The best part about it? It doesn’t have any show-stopping bugs like the last generation, so it’s going to be smooth sailing for users who want an awesome phone without any annoying glitches.

One of the newest features that people are excited about on this device is the ability to unlock it with your face or your voice, making security super easy and convenient.

If you’re a fan of expandable storage, you might be disappointed to learn that all models of 4A are only available with 64 GB of built-in storage. It’s not a dealbreaker by any means, but if you’ve never had an Android phone with only 64 GB, it might take some getting used to before you start actually running out of space on your device.


I’m super excited about the new phone, especially the Pixel 4A 5G that lets you play Pokémon GO without losing signal strength. What I don’t understand though, is why they haven’t reduced the price on their current line of phones to make room for this newer one. As it stands now, none of them come with a headphone jack either – so I’m left with a choice: which model to buy? With the prices the way they are at present and considering these new phones will come with better specifications, I’ll be looking into other alternatives like buying a refurbished or getting an Android phone through T-Mobile’s Jump On Demand program to keep my monthly fee low while getting a better quality product.

I get that they want to sell their current line of phones before they release a new one, but how long do you think it will take for people to go out and buy these newer devices at their present price point? I’m guessing not too long, which means if your existing customers aren’t willing to upgrade, then they’re going to sit on all those unsold models in a warehouse or in stock rooms until they eventually start marking them down as an open box item or refurbished phone on Amazon – assuming you’ll sell them at all.

Final Thoughts

After a frustratingly long wait, Google has revealed the new line of phones that has been anticipated for months. Despite the numerous leaks, there was an element of surprise for many who came to see what the company had up its sleeve for 2018. The best feature of these phones is certainly the price which begins at $199 for one with a two-year contract or $449 without one which makes them some of the most affordable flagship devices in recent memory. And even better, you can pre-order them today on Project Fi if you want to get your hands on it as soon as possible.

This year, however, there seems to be a lot more on offer with some impressive features that will definitely appeal to those who want premium technology at an affordable price point. You can’t discount what Apple has done with its affordable line of phones either but it’s clear that Google is determined to take charge in 2019 by offering great features for all kinds of users. With more news about software updates likely coming soon and pre-orders already being accepted, if you were waiting for something from Project Fi then there’s no better time than now to buy one!

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