We Now Know Pretty Much Everything About Google's New Pixel 3a Range

Google Pixel 3a leaks suggest $399 starting price

Google has already teased a Pixel announcement is inbound during its I/O keynote. The conference will be held in Mountain View, California.

The complete event schedule can be found here.

Google Pixel 3a XL will cost Rs 44,999 when it launches in India on May 8. Also, Google might unveil both the phones over its 2019 I/O worldwide program on May 7th, 2019.

It is suggested that Google has reduced the prices of the devices by using less powerful processors, using a plastic build instead of a glass one, and stripping out wireless charging. However, prices and other specifications have not made it to the public eye yet, but rumors are going around regarding the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL prices.

So, Google has come up with two new smartphones that are aimed at the mid-range market. The Android Q Beta 2 can be installed today but at the moment it is unfinished and only useful for the developers. So, stay tuned with us for more updates.

With the Google I/O conference just around the corner, the tech industry pundit and geeks are looking forward to what the big "Alphabet" of Silicon Valley has to offer to the community worldwide.

Android Police, who broke the story, wrote that packaging on the box indicates the phone will have a 6-inch screen. Google I/O 2019 will most likely see the said two features going official, along with the long-rumored privacy dashboard, newer gesture navigation controls, a new sharing page, and more. The price is also unknown at this point, but for comparison's sake, the 7-inch Home Hub is priced at $150.

Next on the speculation list is a new Nest Hub Max, an IoT smart home device.

Google will also likely livestream the keynote on YouTube, with the Google Developer's channel hosting the video past year.

Google wants to deliver a cheaper Pixel at the I/O Conference.

Google's cloud-based game streaming service, Stadia, launched back in March to much fanfare.

The company actually released an Android Q beta version to testers and developers in March.

It has become the de facto photo management app for many of us over the last few years, and Google usually makes sure to introduce some new features at I/O that are destined for Google Photos in the weeks and months after.

Google I/O kicks off tomorrow i.e.



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