Google Pixel 4a discontinued and the phone removed from official store

The Pixel 4a phone has been removed from the Google Store after being out of stock for several weeks. Released in August 2020, the Google Pixel 4a supports 4G connectivity and a 5.8-inch display. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G chipset and costs $350. The Pixel 4a was also the last Pixel phone to launch in multiple markets. Starting with the 5G Pixels (4a 5G and 5), Google has severely limited releases in major markets like the US and Japan.

Google has launched the Pixel 5a, the successor to the Pixel 4a, so it is not surprising that the phone will be discontinued. A Google spokesperson previously said that the Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5 are expected to be completely sold out in the U.S. market within a few weeks of the Pixel 5a's launch. Compared to these two older models, the Pixel 5a is better value for money.

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