Google's Pixel 3a and 3a XL have been subject to a plethora of leaks already. We have seen their case images, hands-on photos, and even a video. Now, we are looking at their first official renders that have surfaced online.
These renders of the Pixel 3a and 3a XL come to us courtesy of Android Headlines. They don't really reveal anything new in terms of design, but they do reiterate the launch date of these smartphones.
Google teased May 7 announcement of these mid-rangers earlier this week, and you can clearly see that's the date on the lockscreens of both phones here.
Even though the Pixel 3a and 3a XL look similar, they will have some differences. The former will sport a 5.6-inch screen, with the latter having a 6-inch panel. Both of them will have 4GB RAM, but the smaller Pixel is said to be powered by Snapdragon 670 SoC, while the larger one will have a Snapdragon 710.
We are still more than two weeks away from the launch of these Pixels so we may get to know more about them in the coming days.
Most of the Hype was done by Project Linda. If the Razer launched RP2 with project Linda I would bought it to. Razer's CO made a lot of hype replying to MKBHD's twitter that RP2 will come with Lapdock and then they did not even say a word about is. S...
I would buy it, if priced right. Being $100 cheaper than flagship phones is not good enough for those specs.
The wallpaper tries to hide the fat bezels. How dump is that.