After the Pixel 3a in the morning and the Pixel 3a XL were revealed by the Play Developer Console, the Google Store leaked the Pixel 3a and the Nest Hub Max. Tonight the Google Store was updated with a new navigation design that revealed these products not announced.
Today, the Google Store has received a partial overhaul of the site's main navigation. Touching "Phone" in the application bar opens a list that reveals "Pixel 3a" – with a label "NEW" – just below the Pixel 3. There is also a new accessory "Google Pixel 3a case" in the phone and "Accessories" section. The URL reveals that it is made of fabric, just like the existing case.
Last month, our sources confirmed that Google's medium-range phones are called "Pixel 3a" and "Pixel 3a XL". We – and the portal this morning revealed – confirmed an OLED display from 5.6 inches to 1080 x 2220. Other specs include Android 9 Pie, Snapdragon 670, 4GB RAM, 12 megapixel rear camera and 3000 mAh battery.
The Pixel 3a XL should have a 6-inch monitor at 1080 x 2160. Both have Active Edge side packs, Titan M security chip and 64 GB of storage. However, the largest phone has not yet been photographed, unlike his younger brother. Google is also working on a new "Compare" site to compare existing flagships and upcoming devices.
More radically, "Connected Home" reveals the "Google Nest Hub Max" and what appears to be a brand new "Google Home Hub" for the "Google Nest Hub". The URL of the last product suggests that both Smart Displays are identical. and that this is probably a renaming for Nest.
The Nest Hub Max has leaked with a 10-inch HD display and stereo speakers as well as the built-in "Nest Cam" that can "receive motion and sound alerts." We have accompanied this larger Made by Google Smart Display codenamed Sherlock since last year.
The actual pages of the product are not active and 404, but the new product names were visible from the 8PM PST. As Nest Hub's first peak leak at the end of last month, Google probably released an update to the Google Store before the deadline and unveiled those products before any official announcement.
Update: Shortly after we post, Google has removed the updated navigation bar design with the new products. It reverted back to the old design, where users need to click on the section's home page.
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