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Google’s budget Pixel phones accidentally listed online

08 April 2019 2

Google’s foray into affordable Pixel smartphones isn’t a piece of breaking news. We all know that the launch of Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL may be just around the corner. It is rumored that these devices may launch during the mid-year Google I/O event. In fact, these two new smartphones may not be the only devices which Google could unveil during this event.

A couple of days back, Google Play Developer’s console was updated with new navigation design and this change inadvertently revealed some unannounced products, including Pixel 3a phone, Pixel 3a case, a new Google Nest Hub and Nest Hub Max.


While the listing didn’t reveal much about the most anticipated phones from Google, it did suggest that the upcoming phone, listed as ‘Bonito’ may come with a 5.6-inch OLED screen at 1080 x 2220. Other specs include Android 9 Pie, Snapdragon 670, 4GB of RAM, 12-megapixel rear camera, and 3,000 mAh battery.

While the other device codenamed as “Sargo” may have a slightly larger display measuring 2,160 x 1,080 pixels. It is also said to feature 4GB of RAM like the smaller variant. This phone is rumored to slightly more powerful mid-range processor, Snapdragon 710.


Google is also expected to rebrand its Home Hub Smart display to Google Nest Hub and may have a new variant coming out as Nest Hub Max. It is said to come with a 10-inches HD display and stereo speakers along wit ha built in Nest Cam for sound and motion alerts.

Though these pages were pulled down by Google, however, we have got our scoop of information. Now let us wait for an official announcement regarding the launch date of these devices.


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Google’s budget Pixel phones accidentally gets listed online
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JohnyD
JohnyD

The inadvertent listing of the budget Pixel phone in a way underlines the fact that Google is definitely bringing them out in the next few weeks. Zipped now!

AmolLahare
AmolLahare JohnyD

Maybe Google hasn't spoken officially about the budget phones. But so many leaks, rumors, inadvertent listing etc. cannot be sidelined. Don't know why Google's keeping mum! :confused: :confused:

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