Google Pixel 4a removed from Google Store. After being unavailable in the Google Store for a few weeks, The Google Pixel 4a officially not listed in the Google Store as stated to 9to5Google. 9to5Google the Google Pixel 4a released in August 2020, after delayed for many months. It initially planned to launch sometime between April and the same month in May.
This Pixel 4a only had 4G connectivity and a smaller 5.8-inch display. The mid-range Snapdragon 730G chipset offered excellent battery performance. Its $350 Pixel was a bargain considering its age. This Pixel 4a was the last Google Pixel to released to more markets.
Google Pixel 4a removed from Google Store
From the time the five 5G Pixels (4a 5G, and 5), Google severely restricted their release to the most critical needs like Japan, the US in addition to Japan. The shortage of components in the world and supply chain limitations caused it to be more challenging for Google to manufacture the required Pixels and sell them. Google’s Google Pixel 5a 5G is Google’s most affordable Pixel product at the moment.
It’s available for $449 and can be purchased at a price as low as $299 if you buy it on the Google Fi plan in the US. In any case, Google’s likely to unveil its foldable gadget in the coming months, and we’re expecting to witness (and already seen images about) Google’s Pixel 6a at some point in the year. With the release date of its previous A-Series Pixels, we could anticipate a Pixel to launch in August, although reports have suggested the release in May. We are wondering if Google is planning to launch it in other markets.