Following the footsteps of its more expensive sibling, the Pixel 3a is leaking all over the place before it launches. For the past month or two, we've seen enough information about the two upcoming mid-range Pixels so it doesn't come as a surprise that @evleaks just posted what seems to be an official render of the Pixel 3a.
We've seen a couple of hands-on videos as well as a some renders but this is probably our best look at the phone's design. Sure, we've seen the case renders from last week but this picture is way more revealing and it further confirms previous leaks.
Google Pixel 3a pic.twitter.com/WFb1bfvlK9— Evan Blass (@evleaks) April 24, 2019
By the looks of it, the design won't be any different than the standard Pixel 3 and so Google will make the power button orange instead of mint green as on the Pixel 3. This way everyone will know that you don't own the proper Pixel. But the designers had to make it stand out somehow.
If it costs about 200e maybe I would consider it.....