Google’s upcoming Pixel 3A and Pixel 3A XL are Google’s latest additions expecting to introduce Google prowess into the mainstream. Over the past few months, Google’s Pixel 3A and Pixel 3A XL have been popping up on the internet, suggesting strong cues of development. However, as we get closer to its mid-2019 launch, new renders, courtesy of Evan Blass have begun to emerge.
The new render released by the trusty Evan Blass seem to be showcasing Google’s usual design language. It seems like the Pixel 3A, like the Pixel 3 and its predecessors would share the same design traits. The Pixel 3A, according to the renders, would feature rather large bezels on either side, including a humongous chin and forehead on the device.
In addition to that, the Google Pixel 3A is expected to feature a single camera set up yet again and would most likely come in the Panda colorway from the Pixel 2 series where the power button was coated in orange.
Regarding specifications, the Pixel 3A and Pixel 3A would be anything but high-end. As previous rumors suggested, the Pixel 3A and Pixel 3A XL would feature mid-range hardware for mid-range prices. According to several rumors, Google’s Pixel 3A lineup would feature 1080p displays, would most probably feature a Snapdragon 675 / 710, and 4GB of RAM.
Pricing hasn’t been leaked yet. However, given Google’s history, the Pixel 3A and Pixel 3A XL may very well feature a $499 and $599 price tag, respectively, despite the major Pixel 3 discounts.