The Price For The Pixel 3A Might Start At $399

The Price For The Pixel 3A Might Start At $399

The Price For The Pixel 3A Might Start At $399

Google is set to announce its Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL smartphones in India on May 8 and with just two days left for the unveiling, the price of the Pixel 3a XL has been leaked. Reports suggest that Google will announce a revamped sharing menu, a native screen recorder and perhaps even a desktop mode similar to Samsung's DeX and Huawei Technologies Co. Unlike the high-end Pixel 3, which had a glass cover, the new Pixel 3a would have a plastic body and come in three colors: white, black and almost-purple.

In the latest leak reported by Android Police, it appears that an electronics store in the USA state of OH already has the Pixel 3a XL on its shelves.

Google is expected to take the wraps off the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL on May 7 at its 2019 I/O developer conference, so it won't be long until the official details are out.

A month ago, Google goofed up by accidentally leaking a larger and new Nest product.

The Pixel 3a will run Android Pie 9.0 out of the box.

The Pixel 3a XL will be physically bigger and perhaps slightly faster, as it is rumored to pack a 6-inch OLED display with a 2160x1080 resolution, powered by either the same processor, or a Snapdragon 710.

Last year, Google truly blew minds with the first public demonstration of Duplex, which allows Google Assistant to make voice calls to local businesses and make reservations on your behalf.

There were already plenty of leaks before this week, but a final wave has confirmed basically everything there is to know about Google's upcoming midrange Pixel phones - including the prices. It's the Nest Hub Max, which will be a new addition to the company's Assistant-backed Home smart displays lineup but possibly under the Nest brand name. Like past many years, I/O will see the launch of the next Android beta. Here's everything we expect, hope, and really want to see. But we'd like to know the specifics, along with more details about latency.

Google's Pixels have only been sold directly by one of the "big four" USA carriers for years - we mean Verizon.

I/O generally brings a few cool features for some of Google's popular apps and services, so we're going to be on the lookout for updates to Maps, News, Photos, and whatever else Google has hiding up its sleeve. Google Assistant: Numbers and more Like every year, Google is expected to share some mindboggling numbers about its voice assistant.

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