The Google Pixel 4a has received a lot of attention. We saw the device's purported camera examples, Geekbench results, a full specification list, a price tag, and even a video camera review. All this information makes us believe that the launch may be possible on May 15th, but a new source says that we may have to wait a little longer for it to arrive.
Google I / O 2020 was originally planned for this week and we could have seen the presentation of the new Google Pixel 4a, but the event was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Some rumors suggested the device would hit the market later this week, more specifically on May 15th, and could be sold on May 22nd. However, the German website Caschys Blog now says that the Pixel 4a will appear by June. This leak stems from a Vodaphone database leak and implies that the new sales date for the device will be June 5th. We also know that Google has an Android 11 event on June 3rd. Perhaps it has decided to announce its new device during the same event.
Source Android Authority
Via Caschy's Blog