Google just announced its I/O conference that will take place on May 12-14, and, if last year is any indication, will see the announcement and release of the Pixel 4a and eventual 4a XL models, or whatever the team from Mountain View decides to name them in 2020.
Why? Well, because it now says so right on the tin. Buried inside the code, next to the model code name mentions is now the string “pixel_20_mid_range,” to make detective work easier on the inquiring minds.
Even better, the chipsets that will power Google’s 2020 generation of affordable Pixels were re-iterated as well. “Sunfish” is built around the lowly “sm7150” platform, or Snapdragon 730, and thus we’d wager to guess that it refers to a Pixel 4a model without 5G connectivity.
“Redfin” and “bramble,” however, will be based on the new Snapdragon 765 midrange chipset that has Qualcomm’s first built-in 5G modem, so we may be looking at a Pixel 4a version with 5G connectivity, as well as a Pixel 4a XL that will only come with 5G antennae.
Written by Daniel Petrov.
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