The Pixel 4a's launch may be even later in 2020 than previously thought
Under normal circumstances, Google might have disspelled months of speculation by finally introducing the Pixel 3a's long-awaited successor by now. However, the Mountain View giant had been obliged to cancel the event at which it would probably have been unveiled. Now, new rumors indicate that a replacement event is even further away than thought.
Not long ago, a leaker called CaschysBlog claimed to have learned the Google Pixel 4a's release date from a German carrier: May 22, 2020. However, the same website has published a new article overwriting this date with a new one from the same source. The more up-to-date information apparently puts the mid-ranger's release at June 5, 2020.
CaschysBlog believes this date has been settled on due to the organization of a novel virtual event at Google. This "Android 11 Beta Launch Show", as the name suggests, is intended to outline all that is new with the next upcoming version of this OS, and is open to the online public. It has been set for June 3, 2020 - therefore, it may perhaps also serve to launch the 4a.