Google's Clearly White color option is coming to the non-Verizon Pixel 4a 5G
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Google's Pixel 4a launched with a polycarbonate chassis that won it a 2020 Most Durable Phone Award from JerryRigEverything. It debuted in Just Black alone, possibly in an effort by Google to reduce and thus refine its mobile-device offerings for the same year.
This kind of 4a (5G) supports the carrier's mmWave bands, whereas its unlocked counterpart has sub-6GHz only. Google has now addressed this by confirming that they will be available in its only other color, at least.
Then again, its release date may also aggravate customers, particularly as Google released the new Barely Blue version of the 4a (4G) in time for end-of-2020 holiday deals. The new white unlocked 5G variant, on the other hand, is slated to go for its regular price, which remains at US$499 (correct at time of writing).