Google's own website has confirmed Pixel 3a


For the second time in two weeks, Google's website apparently confirmed the name of a new product – in this case, the "lite" version of Pixel 3, which has been launched a long time ago. It looks like the new phone will officially be called "Pixel 3a", according to the screenshots we just captured from this Google Store page:

Although Google has already lowered the page that shows the "new" phone, the damage (if you can call an additional ad campaign for a completely leaked "damage" product) seems to be done. Indeed, 9to5Google reports that the site also featured references to the previously leaked Nested Hub Max as well as the Nest Hub before being removed. (In our case, thanks to cunning Border Aadithya G., who gave us the Google Store URL.)

Neither the actual Pixel 3a product page, nor a new "Pixel Compare" page, were live from the time we checked, so that leak only confirmed the name of the phone for now.

That said, the name was pretty much the only detail about those phones that needed any official confirmation – today, a Redditor discovered a bunch of data from Google's Play Console, containing pretty much all the spec sheets of the two new phones, codenamed "pretty" and " ". They are expected to come in 5.6-inch and 6.0-inch sizes with 1080p OLED displays, Snapdragon 670 processors, 12-megapixel rear cameras and possibly a 3.5mm headset return in at least one of the two phones. , according to photos that leaked on the Russian technology blog Rozetked last November. The name "Pixel 3a XL" previously appeared in the beta code of Android Q, as seen by Developers of XDA.

The most interesting detail leaked this morning was that the phones were listed as "mid-year experiences," suggesting that we would not have to wait until Google's traditional launch window for Pixel devices, but we could see them as soon as possible in this summer. at the Google I / O developer conference in May.

The fact that Google is already changing its product pages – usually one of the last steps before launch – also suggests that an ad may be imminent.


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