However, the recent reports suggest that the phones are named Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL. As those listings are meant for app developers to learn about specifications for devices they don't physically have on-hand, they more or less confirmed that Google is indeed plotting a pair of mid-range Pixel 3 phones.
Neither the real Pixel 3a product page, nor a new "Pixel Compare" page, were live as of when we checked, so this leak has only truly affirmed the name of the phone for the time being.
Although the listing has now been removed, it was noted product page for the Pixel 3a was not live. Long-rumoured, Google has also accidentally confirmed their existence on its own website.
Sargo was said to offer a display with the resolution of 1080x2220 and the density of 440-pixels-per-inch while bonito was stated to have a 1080x2160 resolution and the density of 400-pixels-per-inch. Both the smartphones settle for 4GB of RAM capacity and ship with Android 9 Pie. As per the information shared, the company will bundle the Pixel Buds and Pixel 3a case along with the smartphone.More news: Rabiot close to agreeing Real Madrid move
Google has aimed to provide its Pixel series devices at a low rate in the developing countries.
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The refreshed Google Store also reveals the "Google Next Hub Max" in the "Connected Home" section, and the "Google Next Hub" which seems to be a rebrand of the "Google Home Hub". It will sports an 8MP wide-angle front camera and a 12MP rear camera.
The Pixel 3a is rumored to be fueled by the Snapdragon 670 64-bit octa-core processor, while the Pixel 3a XL will include a more powerful Snapdragon 710 64-bit octa-core processor.
Google has been preparing affordable versions of its Pixel smartphones for months now.