Google I/O is just a few hours away and much like previous I/O events, we will get to see a lot of cool stuff happening inside the Mountain View-based company. One of the interesting things that the company is working on is the budget Pixel, the Pixel 3a, and Pixel 3a XL. It’s expected that Google will officially introduce the smartphone in the I/O event, but budget Pixel unveiling might not be as interesting as it could be.
We now have detailed information about Google’s budget Pixel smartphones as the spec sheet got leaked ahead of the official launch. The spec sheet, however, contains no new info and is rather confirmatory to what we have said earlier.
Powering the Pixel 3a will be the Qualcomm SD 670 with Google’s Titan M secure enclave coupled with 4GB LPDDR4X primary memory. You’ll get 64GB as internal storage. The smartphone will feature a 5.6-inch 1080p OLED display with a 19.5:9 aspect ratio at a 2220×1080 resolution, there is no in-display fingerprint sensor but you get the conventional fingerprint reader on the back.
Talking about the camera, the Pixel 3a is going to rock a 12.2MP shooter with an aperture of f/1.8, while on the front you get 8MP for selfies. The smartphone will ship with Android 9.
The battery life is also expected to be good as it packs a decent 3000mAh battery.
Google Pixel 3a feature promo text (translated) pic.twitter.com/CODGKkoBEW
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) May 6, 2019