Google’s lower-cost Pixel 3a phones surface on official sites



It is reported that Google is planning to introduce its latest mid-range Pixel phones. The Google Play Developer Console’s device catalog and Google Play Store both have just given indications about the Pixel 3a phone family.

Google’s lower-cost Pixel 3a phones surface on official sites

The Google Play Store is somewhat limited in providing information about the new phone but the catalog app has just confirmed more details about the new Pixel family phone.

The small-sized Pixel 3a, “Bonito,” might feature a 2,160 x 1,080 display, while the larger one, Pixel 3a XL “Sargo” seems to feature a 2,220 x 1080 display.

It is expected that the company will be using a notch display, it seems to be a bit odd but we might get a surprise from Google.

Both phones will be constituting 4GB of RAM. Moreover, these phones will feature Pixel Visual Core which will enhance picture capturing ability of Pixel 3a family phones.

Previously, it was rumored that Pixel 3a will be having Snapdragon 670 chip and the 3a XL will come with Snapdragon 710.

We don’t have any clue about the release date of Google’s most affordable Pixels. It is expected that the company plans to unveil the Pixel 3a family phone somewhere in mid-year.

The company’s Senior VP Hiroshi Lockheimer has proclaimed that he had been taking photos with the upcoming Pixel 3a in late March.

It can be expected that Google might announce Pixel 3a family phone at its I/O conference, which will be held on May 7th.

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