We still don't know when Google is going to officially announce the Pixel 4a, but today the device is one step closer to launch.
The Pixel 4a has made its way through the FCC. An entry for the device was spotted today (via Mishaal Rahman) with the model numbers G025J, G025N, and G025M, which are likely variants of the Pixel 4a with varying network support for different parts of the world.
These model numbers also line up with what we'd expect from a variant of the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, both of which feature the model number G020_.
As for what's inside the Pixel 4a's FCC listing, there's not a whole lot of info, which isn't surprising and also isn't really a big deal since pretty much every other aspect of the phone has already leaked. The FCC filing does confirm that the Pixel 4a will include support for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, and the 4G LTE bands used by the major US carriers.
The past few years, we've seen Google's new Pixel phones leak out extensively ahead of their official reveal, and the Pixel 4a is no different. We've seen hands-on videos and retail boxes. Spec leaks say the Pixel 4a will have a 5.81-inch 2340x1080 OLED screen, Snapdragon 730 processor, 6GB of RAM, 12.2MP camera, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and a 3080mAh battery.
Now we just have to wait for Google to announce the thing.