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But already ?! Google Pixel 5a first appears on AOSP, before announcement of …

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One day after stating the date of the Pixel 4a announcement through a puzzle, Google had its next middleman first found in the Android Open Source Project (AOSP): the Pixel 5a.

It arose out of a code change, in which a developer mentions directly the entire line of smartphones of the search giant and with which versions of Android each has been or will be launched. Check it out below:

As you can see above, the model appeared as one of the releases for next year, with the Android 11 R equipped at the factory. It would arrive in the same year as the Pixel 4a 5G and the Pixel 5 flagship.

This already indicates that the device is under development and tends to be launched in the middle of the year – before the launch of Android 12. On the other hand, only the hardware installed on the device will still remain unknown.

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But already ?!  Google Pixel 5a first appears on AOSP, before announcement of ...

In addition to the above leak, Pixel 4a also appeared in a publication by leaker Evan Blass (@EvLeaks). He confirmed that the model will arrive with Android 10, as shown in the revealed code.

To top it off, the image shows the device with a hole in the screen in the upper left corner, and the physical buttons located right in the middle of the smartphone body. See below:

But already ?!  Google Pixel 5a first appears on AOSP, before announcement of ...But already ?!  Google Pixel 5a first appears on AOSP, before announcement of ...

The Google Pixel 4a is scheduled to be made official on August 3rd, in an online event.

What do you expect from the Mountain View giant’s next two intermediaries? Tell us your opinion in the comments area.

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