It is possible that the long-rumored Google Pixel device will be available in a few months.
Based on retail listings from WinFuture and 9to5Google, Google will launch two new devices in June: the Pixel 7a (and the Pixel Fold). This would mean that the devices would arrive in stores around a month after Google’s annual I/O Conference, which will begin on May 10. I/O is traditionally software-oriented, but last year, there were multiple announcements, including the Pixel 6a, Pixel Watch, and Pixel Watch.
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Google would launch the Pixel 7a in June, which is a surprise considering previous years. In July 2013, the Pixel 6a was on sale in stores.
The retail listings were not stopped with the launch date.
There were some other interesting bits of information. The Pixel Fold is expected to come in a minimum of 256GB storage option, with carbon or porcelain as color options. The 7a might be available in a 128GB version with Arctic blue, carbon and cotton as the color options.