Google's low-budget smartphones, Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL, will cost between $ 399 and $ 479, respectively, according to the YouTube channel This is Tech Today. Both prices are for the 64 GB storage models of the phones, which will reportedly also be available with 128 GB of storage. The channel's host, Brandon Lee, says he was sent pictures of the retail package of the Pixel 3a, along with a number of other details about it and its larger XL variant.
The details shown on the package seem to confirm its legitimacy. The Universal Product Code (UPC) number that is shown corroborates a Walmart list for a factory-unlocked Pixel 3a. The package also confirms the name of the phone's purple color scheme, which will apparently be called "Purple-ish", as well as the 5.6-inch screen size of the Pixel 3a.
Along with the price, Lee also shared a number. of other details about the next phones that corroborate the details previously filtered. Both phones will be made of plastic and will feature downward facing speakers, 1080p screens and headphone jacks.
Lee did not have any new details to share about the specifications of the phones, but previous rumors suggest that the phones will work with Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 processors, and will have 4 GB of RAM, 12 megapixel rear cameras and 3,000 batteries mAh.
Google's expected launch of a pair of mid-range smartphones follows the announcement that it has been struggling to sell its flagship phones due to pressures from across the industry. All signs are currently pointing to a revelation for Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL during the Google I / O 2019 presentation on May 7 next week.