Google I/O 2019: Pixel 3a XL Press Renders Leak Before Official Announcement

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Google is expected to showcase and officially launch its 2019 Pixel devices at the Google I/O 2019. Among these devices, we have been hearing quite a lot about the Pixel 3a and the Pixel 3a XL, two mid-range offerings from the company. We have seen several images of these handsets in the form of multiple leaks. In fact, we even have some rumored specifications of these devices. Today, just a few hours before Google is scheduled to announce these phones, we have the detailed press renders of the Pixel 3a XL. As seen from the press renders below, the phone will be available in three color options; Black, Lilac Purple, and White.

Take a look at the official press renders of the Google Pixel 3a XL below

Google Pixel 3a XL (Black) Press Renders

 

Google Pixel 3a XL (Lilac Purple) Press Renders

Google Pixel 3a XL (White) Press Renders

The Pixel 3a XL features a notch-less 6-inch display with full HD+ resolution (1080 x 2160 pixels). It is also quite sharp at 402 PPI. The camera setup on the phone includes a primary 12.2-megapixel camera mated to a single 8-megapixel front-facing shooter. The device comes with 64GB of internal storage with no option to enhance it further using microSD cards. The Google Pixel 3a XL weighs 169.4 grams and the dimensions of the handset are 160.1 x 76.1 x 8.2 mm. The phone will be powered by the mid-range Snapdragon 670 chipset from Qualcomm. You will get more details of both the Google Pixel 3a and the Pixel 3a XL after today’s keynote.

As for the Pixel 3a, it will get a smaller 5.6-inch display with the same resolution as the Pixel 3a XL. The camera setup too will be identical with the device getting a 12.2-megapixel primary camera at the rear and an 8-megapixel front-facing camera. The Pixel 3a will also get 64GB of internal storage and will get a 3,000 mAh battery. The processor also remains the same; Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 with 4GB of RAM.



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