It is widely expected that Google will announce the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL, which are said to be more affordable versions of the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, on the opening day of the company's annual Google I/O conference, which is scheduled to be held on May 7 in Mountain View, California.
Google Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL have leaked in official press renders, ahead of their expected launch on May 7 at the upcoming Google I/O conference. As Android Headlines notes, several renders have been floating around that were created based on leaks and reports from around the web, but these are the first official renders to make their way online. The render also shows us the presence of a very pronounced lower frame and the total absence of notches or holes in the display.
Both devices are identical to each other, however, the design of the smartphone feels outdated. If so, then that May 7 date on their screens also mark when they will finally be revealed to the public.
The charging port is seen at the bottom which could be either a USB Type-C port or a micro USB port. But it looks like with the Pixel 3a, Google might retain this particular feature.
All the customer wanted was a refund on a defective Pixel 3, but instead of cash, Google reportedly delivered 10 more phones. The former will sport a 5.6-inch screen with the latter having a 6-inch panel.
Both phones will come with 4GB of RAM, 32GB/64GB storage configurations and will run Android 9 Pie. However, the devices will lose the 8 MP wide-angle camera found on the regular Pixel 3 devices with just one selfie snapper.
'After returning a defective Pixel 3, Google didn't issue a refund.