Google’s own website just confirmed the Pixel 3a

For the second time in two weeks, Google's website has visibly identified the name of the new product, a long-lived "light" version of Pixel 3 in the company. The new phone is officially called "pixel 3a" according to the screenshot we just captured on this Google Store page.


googles own website just confirmed the pixel 3a

Google has already removed the page displaying the new phone, but it seems that the spoiled product "Damage" has been completed. In fact, according to 9to5Google the website was removed before references to the previously leaked Nest Hub Max and Nest Hub were displayed. In our case Verge reader Aadithya G. for pointing out the Google Store URL.

On both the actual Pixel 3a product page and the new "Pixel Compare" page, this leak is just a confirmation of the name of the phone right now.

The name is virtually The only details on these phones that require some kind of official confirmation – Redditor is actually one of two new mobile phones, codenamed "bonito" and "sargo" We have unearthed a collection of data featuring the entire specification sheet. They will be available in 1080p OLED display, Snapdragon 670 processor, 12 megapixel rear camera and 5.6 inch and 6.0 inch sizes, and may return 3.5mm headphone jack from at least one of two phones. According to a photo leaked from the Russian technology blog Rozetked last November. The name "Pixel 3a XL" has previously been found by the XDA developer in the beta code of Android Q.

One of the most interesting details leaked this morning is that cell phones are listed as "middle-aged". You do not have to wait for Google's traditional October launch window for Pixel devices, but you can see it at Google's I / O developer conference this summer or even in May.

The fact that Google is already making changes to product pages is one of the last steps before launch, and the announcement is imminent.

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