Report confirms derpy Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL names

Google's Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL might be getting cheaper variants soon

The latest Android Q Beta 1 update revealed the names for the mid-range Pixel devices as Google Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL. The good news about these Pixel devices? We'll hopefully learn more about these devices as they come closer to launch. The phones will continue to have a stereo speaker setup, but in a different position compared to the regular Pixel duo. This means that the 3a XL will essentially be a blown up version of the 3a, which is not necessarily a bad thing. The devices will also lack the display notch that is found on the Pixel 3 XL. However, with prices starting at $799 for the base Pixel 3 and going up to at least $899 for the XL model, they certainly aren't cheap. Those are the old, less-cool rumored names for Google's oft-leaked mid-range Pixel 3 phones. The bezels surrounding the display are quite a bit thicker, and instead of an AMOLED panel, the Pixel 3 Lite supposedly has a 5.56-inch 2220 x 1080 IPS screen. As seen on the Pixel 3 devices, the upcoming Pixel 3a smartphones will also come with Active Edge squeeze feature on both the sides.

18W fast-charging over USB-C Power Delivery will be enabled for the 3,000mah battery.


As first spotted by 9to5Google, the Pixel 3a packs a Snapdragon 670 coupled with 4GB RAM. The Pixel 3 Lite shares the same design aesthetics as its siblings, albeit with a single 8MP camera up front. Night Sight, the intriguing low-light feature that debuted alongside the Pixels, is most likely making an appearance on the plastic Pixel as well, and hopefully, Super Zoom is coming along too.

We also got a few more details about the specifications of the Pixel 3a smartphone.

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