Well when it comes to modern smartphones, it means more. It demands more features, more cameras pixels and sensors more gigabytes and gigahertz and more money as well. Last year Google launched $799 Pixel 3 but this time, it comes up with $399 Pixel 3a. Having a relatively lesser price does not means that the phone has fewer specs. It still offers most of the things that make the Pixel 3 special: an excellent camera, Pixel-specific Android with updates directly from Google.
The Google Pixel 3a has the same aesthetic, dual-finish matte and gloss rear, softly curved sides with squeeze-for-Assistant support. Besides that it has a round fingerprint sensor on the back.
Google Pixel 3a
While taking about the new phone by Google, the body is not mad of metal. In fact is has polycarbonate a plastic. There’s no notch, no cut-out, no hole-punch, and no fancy motorized camera. The bezels top and bottom are a little thicker as a result.
The phone is I 5.6-inches and 2220 x 1080 resolution. If you want bigger, the Pixel 3a XL steps up to 6-inches for $50 more. Google opted for OLED not LCD, and there’s Dragon-trail glass rather than Gorilla Glass protecting it. On the other hand, durability testing suggests the Pixel 3a’s resilience doesn’t suffer.
Besides the other features, this Google Pixel runs Google’s vision of “pure” Android on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 670 processor, with 4GB of memory and 64GB of storage. Well there’s no microSD slot, but you might be delighted to find a headphone jack as well as USB-C for charging.
It is with a camera that has optical image stabilization, along with 12.2MP rear, 8MP front camera. It also enables the 4K video recording, and can go toe-to-toe with devices double its price is more than impressive. It comes along with 3000 mAh battery as well.