Google accidentally leaks Pixel 3a ahead of the official launch

Last week we reported that Google has accidentally leaked new Nest Hub on their website. It looks like the company got sloppy again and this time Pixel 3a got leaked online.

We have known for a while that Google is planning to launch a cheaper variant of Pixel. The latest leak not only confirms the device but also confirms that Google is close to releasing the device. Slashleaks also found a listing on Google’s Play Console which seems to confirm the specs of the device. According to the leaked spec sheet, the device will feature 4GB of RAM and a resolution 1080 x 2160 and will have a DPI of 400.

We don’t have other information about the device at the moment but it’s assumed the device will come with Snapdragon 670 processor and will have a 6-inch display. Google is expected to launch the Pixel Lite before its annual event in October.

Via: The Verge

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