Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL's specs, pictures, and promo materials leak ahead of May 7 launch
Google is all set to unveil the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL on May 7, and just a few days ahead of the launch, their specs and promo materials have leaked online along with pictures which show off these mid-rangers in White, Purple, and Black colors.
We've already seen the White and Purple variants and know that they will come with an Orange and Yellow-colored power buttons, respectively. However, today's leak reveals that the Black model won't have a power key with any such special accent.
Talking about the promo materials, they reveal that both the Pixel 3a and 3a XL will come with Night Sight - a feature that was introduced with the 2018 Pixels. These smartphones will also have Motion Focus and Portrait Mode in tow and will offer unlimited Google Photos storage.
Furthermore, these phones will come with at least three years of security and version updates meaning they will get Android Q, R, and S. Other niceties include fast charging, Call Screen, and the custom-made Titan M security chip.
As far as the hardware is concerned, the Pixel 3a will sport a 5.6-inch display and ship with a 3,000 mAh battery, whereas the 3a XL will come with a 6-inch panel and pack a 3,700 mAh cell. The smaller Pixel is rumored to have Snapdragon 670 SoC under the hood whereas the larger one will be powered by Snapdragon 710.
Other specs on both these mid-rangers include 12.2MP Dual Pixel cameras, 8MP selfie shooters, 4GB RAM, 64/128GB storage, Android Pie, and rear-mounted fingerprint scanners. These phones will also feature Active Edge sensors.
A leak from earlier today revealed that the Pixel 3a will start at $399 in the US whereas the 3a XL will start at $479.
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- 05 May 2019
why do most android oem's short consumers in terms ram? i suspect it's because apple uses little ram for it's handsets.
- 03 May 2019
You're in for a rude shock.
- 02 May 2019