Courtesy of leaker Evan Blass, we finally have a high quality look at what Google’s more budget version of the Pixel 3 is going to look like, and it ain’t too surprising. Whilst we’ve yet to see the XL variant, unless they do look the same.
This is the Google Pixel 3a, which are expected to feature the same 18:9 display as the regular Pixel 3 with an 2160 x 1080 resolution display, or something close to on the vertical.
Google is expected to announce the budget Pixel devices on May 7th at the companies annual Google I/O conference. In terms of specifications, the Pixel 3a is expected to be powered by a Snapdragon 670 and 710 processor on the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL devices respectably.
Being a Google Pixel device, it’s natural to expect the latest in Camera tech inside the device, in fact recent leaks suggest that the same exact Camera featured in the Pixel 3 could be found in the Pixel 3a, backed up by the same mediocre 4GB of RAM.
Question is, however, is $400-500 actually a decent price for fairly low end hardware, in a world of OnePlus and Honor devices, time will have to see, especially considering the full version of the Pixel 3 wasn’t exactly fast.