Google Store website confirms existence of Pixel 3a smartphone

It is the time of the year where we start seeing leaks and rumors about the next Pixel smartphone from Google. In the same lines, today, Google’s own website accidentally confirms the existence of Pixel 3a smartphone. Pixel 3a is said to be a smaller and lighter version of Pixel 3.

Google has accidentally listed a new smartphone named Pixel 3a on its own Store. The listing was found on the ‘Phones’ section and on the ‘Compare phones’ section of Google store. Interestingly, the phone was listed as “midyear experiences” which suggests that Google might launch the smartphone in this summer itself instead of the usual October launch window. There might be a possibility of Google to launch Pixel 3a at I/O developer conference in May.

There is no other concrete information apart from the name of the smartphone i.e., Pixel 3a. But according to reports, there will be two versions of the smartphone and might come with Snapdragon 670 processors. They are also expected to flaunt 5.6-inch and 6.0-inch OLED display, 12 MP rear cameras. There might also be a possibility of the return of 3.5mm headphone jack on either of the models.

At the time of writing this article, both the listings stand removed from Google’s own website.


Author: Manoj Nagendra

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