Google 4A is now officially obsolete. It has been removed from the Google Store.

Phones can only live so long.

The Google Pixel 4A 5G has been officially removed from the Google Store after not having stock for several months. It was Google’s more affordable version of the Pixel 4.

Even after the Google Pixel 5A’s launch, the Pixel 4A continues to be sold because the Pixel 5A is only launched in Japan and the United States, whereas the Pixel 4A launched in multiple countries including the United States, Japan, Australia, United Kingdom, Italy, Ireland, France, Germany, Singapore, Spain, and Taiwan

To recap, the Google Pixel 4A is a compact smartphone with a 5.8in. AMOLED screen, Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor with 128GB internal storage (not expandable), and a single 12.2MP camera that outperforms other phones within its range thanks to its superior camera software and technology. It is notable for its small and compact size which does not seem to return on Google’s future handsets, including the Pixel 6 series.

The Pixel 5A is much more expensive at $449 (~Php 23k) and $299 (~Php 15.3K) with Google Fi option. With the Pixel 4A delisted, only three phones remained on the website. However, there are still chances you may be able to obtain the previous handsets on third-party stores or buying them used.

Source: 9to5Google