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Google confirms Pixel 3a by accident: report


The Pixel 3a XL (photo) and the Pixel 3a share many aspects of the Pixel 3 and 3 XL, but they promise to be cheaper and simpler, although with a camera as or almost as good.


The rumors of an economic version of the last Google phone, Pixel 3, have been confirmed thanks to a leak from the company itself.

ThePixel 3a and its XL version They will arrive in May according to previous reports, and now thanks to a leak in the Google Store collected by 9toGoogle, it is confirmed that the Pixel 3a are a reality. In addition, thanks to its appearance in the store we have been able to confirm some of its characteristics.

According to the Google Store, the Pixel 3a will have a FullHD screen (2160×1080 pixels), a 64-bit processor (which according to previous rumors could be the Snapdragon 670) and 4GB of RAM.

For its part, the Pixel 3a XL will have a larger screen with a resolution of 2220×1080 pixels and also a more powerful processor, perhaps a Snapdragon 710.

Due to their characteristics, both phones will fall within the mid-range, but it is very possible that Google maintains in them the same configuration of cameras as in Pixel 3, which is undoubtedly the star feature. Therefore, we could have two mid-range phones at a much cheaper price but with a spectacular camera, which will compete directly with the expected Lite version of the Huawei P30 or with himSamsung Galaxy S10E.

In addition to the new mid-range Pixel, Google has also missed the Nest Hub Max, which could be the next generation of the Google Home Hub device and the first product that will come out of Nest's integration into household products of Google.

We do not know for the moment when Google officially show us these new devices, since it is possible that it will not wait until October, date in which it usually celebrates its particular hardware event. CNET en Espaol has sent Google a request for comments and we will update as soon as we get an answer.

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