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Okay, so the Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL are old news by now, even if the Mountain View company’s mid-range phones haven’t yet launched. But today, we’ve had a taste of what’s to come next week.
Courtesy of Droid Life, and YouTube channel This Is Tech Today, both devices have been profiled in finer detail.
The Pixel 3a will feature a 5.6 inch display while the 3a XL adds 0.4 inches to that number. Both will run 12.2MP rear cameras, 8MP selfie cameras, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage.
It’s not yet clear what chipset the phones are using, but the Snapdragon 670 has been mentioned before.
Powering all this will be a 3000mAh powerbank for the 3a, and a 3700mAh battery for the 3a XL.
As for the price? There are suggestions the 3a could fetch just $399. The 3a XL will cost a bit more at $479.
This info isn’t yet official, but with just a few days to go until Google debuts its mid-tier devices, you won’t have to wait too long for confirmation.
Feature image: Google Pixel 3, by Google