Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL official renders are here


Yes, we've seen a bunch of renders, leaks, and rumors, but these don't compare to the real thing.

Android Headlines assures that the image below is an official rendering of the final version of these two devices. Third-party outfits and accessory-makers, for example, make their own presumptions of what a device would look like. Rumors certainly heated up when Google stopped selling the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL on the official Google Store on April 1. As a follow-up to the seemingly convincing statement, they said the images "accurately depict" the Smartphones. The company recently shared a teaser online which says that something new is coming on May 7th.

This holds even more water since the renders display "May 7" on their home screen.

We pretty much know everything there is to know about the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL. Also, the devices will come with a 3.5mm headphone jack, which is placed on top of the phone. Phone Arena, on the other hand, sees that the Pixel 3a will be slightly thinner than the Pixel 3a XL. Both will boast 18.5:9 aspect ratios and should have relatively thick bezels.

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Camera-wise, the Google Pixel 3a, and Pixel 3a XL will use the same 12.2megapixel sensor found on its predecessor.

Rumblings about Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL have been floating around since late 2018. The phones are expected to launch at the Google I/O Keynote in May. Of course, this is not Google's way of compensating him, it's merely a wonderful mistake.

There are some speculations that the Google Pixel 3a series will finally be announced at the annual Google I/O developer conference, on May 7th.

Cheetohz could keep one of the phones and sell the rest but has attempted to get Google to issue the original refund and take the phones back.