In the last couple of months, we have seen various leaks and rumours surrounding the upcoming Google Pixel mobile phones surface online. Google is going to launch Google Pixel 3a, a mid-range smartphone at the Google IO 2019 Developer Conference that will be held in May. After a lot of reports and speculations, a render of the Pixel 3a smartphone has finally appeared online. This renders was leaked by the famous tipster Evan Blass. The smartphone looks very similar to the previously launched Google Pixel 3 smartphone.
However, one very noticeable change that you will notice right away is the colour of the power button. The power button on the Pixel 3 was Green in colour, while the power button on the Pixel 3a is Orange. Apart from this, there is no evident difference between the smartphones in terms of design. Even the specification details of the upcoming smartphone have been kept under wraps. Nevertheless, there have been some speculations surrounding the specification details as well.
Google Pixel 3a: Rumoured Specifications
The smartphone is expected to come with a 5.6-inch OLED display with a screen resolution of 2220 x 1080 pixels. With 6-inch display mobile phones being a popular trend in the market, Google Pixel phones are comparatively smaller in size. Furthermore, the smartphone will launch in three colour variants. These colour variants will include – Black, Gray and Clearly White.
Under the hood, the smartphone is expected to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 processor. Since Google has stuck to 4GB RAM mobile phones, we can expect 4GB of RAM even in this smartphone. For storage, we can expect a minimum of 64GB internal storage. On the camera end, the smartphone will feature a single 12MP rear camera and a single 8MP front camera for selfies. Google smartphones are famously known for their camera capabilities. Lastly, the smartphone will be boosted by a 3000mAh battery.