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Google’s own website confirmed the existence of Pixel 3a and 3a XL

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We have been hearing quite a lot of the midrange Google Pixel device. And the speculations churned in the rumor mill for a considerate amount of time. Early rumors suggested the name of the upcoming Google’s midrange device to be Google Pixel Lite. However, the device is shaping to release in the form of Google Pixel 3a and Google Pixel 3a XL. And Google’s official website has confirmed the names of these upcoming devices.

A recent listing in Google’s store refueled the speculations. Although the listing is no more available in the store, some of the tech bloggers managed to get the screenshot of the website. Some of the tech bloggers also decoded the possible launch date of the device. Although the month and day of the official launch of the device are yet under the unveil, the handset can possibly make a debut on mid-year. so if the clues are correct, the handset may come all in glory on the month of June or July.

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According to the recent leaks, the smaller of the two or the Pixel 3a will come with a 5.6-inch display. And talking about the bigger one, the Pixel 3a XL will sport a 6.0-inch screen. Both of the handsets are said to feature Full-HD+ OLED display in 18:9 and 18.5:9 aspect ratio respectively.

3.5mm headphone jack is seemingly lost in the oblivion in the Pixel books. But this antique piece of tech is supposed to make a comeback on the Pixel 3a and 3a XL. So good news for the audiophiles!

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Apart from that, the processor used on the device is also coming to the limelight. Rumors suggest that the smaller handset will get the Snapdragon 670 chipset. As far as the bigger or the better one is concerned, the phone will supposedly get the Snapdragon 710. Both of the devices will be getting 4GB of RAM. Since the flagship Pixel devices haven’t crossed the 4GB RAM benchmark, so we cannot even expect more than 4GB RAM on this one.