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Google Pixel 3A & 3A XL Leaked – Google Is Back At It Again

Google has become a major smartphone manufacturer since they rebooted its smartphone lineup with the Pixel series. Apparently, both, the Pixel 3A and Pixel 3A XL have just made their way onto Google’s official websites, confirming what we had been seeing from rumor mills over the past week or two.

The Google Pixel 3A and Pixel 3A XL are intended to be Google’s new budget-oriented offerings. As I predicted last year, Xiaomi is most probably behind Google’s new project, handling the manufacturing of the Google Pixel 3A and 3A XL. And while the new rumors do not shed light on any Xiaomi-Google partnerships, it definitely does reveal quite a few details regarding Google’s upcoming budget devices codenamed Sargo and Bonito.

As the upcoming leaks reveal (courtesy of reddit), the Pixel 3A and Pixel 3A XL are most probably going to feature the same set of internals as the rest of the pack. Based on the leaks that have made their way to several fronts at Google, the Bonito and Sargo are said to pack 4GB of memory and 5.6-inch and 6-inch Full HD+ displays. In addition to that, both devices are said to run on Android Pie out of the box, with the rest of the spec sheet still yet to be confirmed.

Given that all fingers are being pointed towards Xiaomi, we would speculate that the upcoming Pixel 3A and Pixel 3A XL would most probably feature a Snapdragon 710 / 675 SoC under the hood. Given the positions Xiaomi and Google are in, and since budget devices are an area where Xiaomi excels at, we wouldn’t be surprised to see Google continuing its partnership with Xiaomi for the years to come. It’s a win-win situation for both brands.

And as I highlighted in the Xiaomi-Google Nexus reboot editorial a while ago, Google would finally have the means to expand its Pixel brands into areas where it hasn’t been able to reach so far, all-the-while, Xiaomi would finally make its way to the US. It’s about to get a whole lot interesting over next few weeks. Given that we’ve come this far and this close to all of the details, I would expect Google to reveal the device within the next month or two.

Usman Abdul Jabbar

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