Google Pixel 3a

Far from the launch, Google‘s Pixel phones leaks started flowing. But this time, it’s a smaller and lighter version of the Pixel 3- Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL. The key specification and other details were leaked from its own website showing both the phone’s existence.

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Google Pixel 3A And Pixel 3A XL

Props to folks at 9to5Google for pulling up profiles of two new Android devices, from Google Play Console, a software that allows Android app developers to manage their creations in the Google Play Store. The two devices are codenamed Bonito and Sargo are thought to be the midrange versions of the Pixel 3 and 3 XL phones that Google is said to reveal (under development).

Google Pixel 3a

 

The profiles for each included specs and an included phrase saying “midyear experiences” which means that Google might launch the smartphone in this summer itself instead of the usual October launch window. This also translates the fact that these devices may get launched at the annual Google I/O conference slated to kick off 7 May.

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According to the leak, both the Pixel 3a and 3a XL will feature 4GB of RAM and will run on Android 9 Pixel. However, the Pixel 3a seems to pack in a 5.6-inch display with a picture resolution of 1080 x 2220 (440DPI) compared to the Pixel 3a XL’s 6-inch 1080 x 2160-pixel display (400 DPI).

According to the reports, both the smartphone is said to be powered by Snapdragon 670 processors. Furthermore, it is said to feature a 12MP rear cameras and there’s a good amount of possibility of bringing 3.5mm headphone jack on either of the models.

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We are expecting more leaks on these phones in the coming days, especially if Google is really planning to reveal these in the midyear. Well, at the time of writing this article, both the listings stand removed from Google’s own website.


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