Anonymous, 08 May 2019LOL optimization and Flopixel Pick one I can pick both. It is well optimized and for once, it's at a decent price
Since the phone works with T-Mobile will it work with metro by TMobile Network aswell ?? Thanks in advance.
This article incorrectly asserts that all Pixels available from T-Mobile will support its low frequency 600 mhz band. According to the specs on Google site the new 3a and 3a XL do not support band 71.
Yup. It's super lame, but they don't support what is now more than year old technology and found on much less expensive Motorola phones, amongst others.
So for T-Mobile users the 3a and 3a XL are already obsolete, before they have even hit the shelves.
Walter C. Dornez, 08 May 2019Specs do matter, I agree. But hardware is nothing without optimizationLOL optimization and Flopixel
Anonymous, 08 May 2019LOL keep telling that to yourself, specs matter and Bixel is a toastSpecs do matter, I agree. But hardware is nothing without optimization
Kingslayer, 08 May 2019There will be much better deals for the smaller Pixel 3a (64 GB) by Black Friday. By March of ... moreI honestly don't think the SoC is a problem. It's adequately powerful and with the Google optimization, it should be fine
There will be much better deals for the smaller Pixel 3a (64 GB) by Black Friday. By March of next year, it might only $199 on a prepaid.
This is similar to the iPhone SE that cost $399 originally. Within a year, they went for $199 on AT&T prepaid at Best Buy. Last year, they went for as little as $79-$99 in Black Friday deals.
The Pixel 3a will be one of the best bargains six months from now. This phone is not worth more than $199 to me at all. If it's priced at $199 in six months, then it blows away the competition at that price range.
I'm worried about that SoC. The SE was still an A9 flagship that the more expensive 6s carried.