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Google Pixel 3a leaks suggest $399 starting price

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Prior to that, a few promo images leaked as well confirming some of the features and showing off the new Pixel 3a in all three colors.

Ahead of the announcement, we've seen a number of leaks around the new handsets, which will purportedly be branded Google Pixel 3a and Google Pixel 3a XL. Everything from Android Q, to the Google Assistant, to new Pixel phones, to Duplex will likely be on deck. That is the equivalent of around $648 in the USA, and around 579 Euros in Europe. The tech blog had also revealed before that the Pixel 3a and the Pixel 3a XL would retail with $399 and $479 price tag respectively. However, prices and other specifications have not made it to the public eye yet, but rumors are going around regarding the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL prices. In fact, the base variant of the OnePlus 6T can be purchased for as low as Rs 32,999 during the Amazon Summer Sale.

Brandon Lee is the one owning the channel and he claims that he received pictures of the retail packaging of the Pixel 3A, as well as other details about it. As for the front display, the Pixel 3a will have a 5.6-inch screen while the bigger Pixel 3a XL is going to be a 6-inches.

Furthermore, Slashleaks reported that the device will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 chipset. Also, Google might unveil both the phones over its 2019 I/O worldwide program on May 7th, 2019.

This year will feel a bit different because Google is all but guaranteed to announce two new Pixel smartphones during the I/O presentation, adding a lower-cost option smack dab in the middle of the typical smartphone refresh cycle.

One thing that will set these two phones apart from the crowd will be their cameras.

Google is expected to launch its widely leaked mid-range Pixel phones, the Pixel 3a, and Pixel 3a XL.

Interestingly enough, Pixel 3a promotional materials leaked as well and include references to a fast-charging battery, long battery life, Night Vision mode, Portrait mode and more. Android Q is likely to bring support for foldable devices, "bubbles" like Facebook messenger for multi-tasking, system-wide dark mode and improved privacy and device security features.

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