Rumor has it that Google will officially launch the Google Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL on May 7th, the first day of this year’s Google I/O developer conference. They’re expected to be cheaper than the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL, while offering the same stellar cameras as their higher-priced counterparts.

And honestly, there’s not a lot of mystery surrounding the phones at this point — some early prototypes seem to have fallen off a truck in Russia late last year, and we’ve already seen some nearly full-fledged reviews of the phones.

But real-world photos never look quite as nice as the high-quality renders companies make to promote their phones. So here’s a look at the platonic ideal of a Google Pixel 3a, courtesy of Evan Blass:

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2 replies on “Lilbits 363: Tired of Pixel 3a leaks yet?”

  1. Not tired at all, to me Pixel 3a is the only Pixel that makes sense.
    No notch, the lower price can justify if they mess up the build quality again, it’s the new line, so let’s hope for “onboard mics” that won’t make you vomit etc.
    There is a potential, hopefully, Google won’t kill it … again.

    1. The good thing is that it also has a headphone jack, and the QSD 710 is almost as fast/faster than the old QSD 821 chipset but it uses less power. So battery life should be good.

      I hope it also comes with IP68 waterproofing and the usual tidbits of NFC and Wireless Charging.
      Otherwise, this is kind of dead in the water, since people can easily get a Pixel 2/2XL instead for the same price or cheaper.

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