02 May 2019
Updated on April 26, 2019
In continuation to the tradition of leaks, we’ve just come across a new color variant of the upcoming Google Pixel 3a. The new Purple colored Pixel 3a has been tweeted by none other the Evan Blass, who has accurately leaked so many other devices in the past including the Pixel 3a, white color variant.
Published on April 24, 2019
As we are getting closer to the official Pixel 3a lineup unveiling, more and more leaks are appearing online. We saw alleged official renders of the two phones last week and now, a new Pixel 3a render has been leaked. The latest leak has been shared by renowned tipster Evan Blass (@evleaks) and corroborates details shown in the previous one.
Going by the newest Pixel 3a leak, Google has opted for the traditional and now outdated design with big bezels on top and bottom. It means there is neither a notch nor a punch-hole selfie camera. It is essentially the same as the Pixel 3 from the last year. The side bezels are relatively slim and there is an Orange-ish power button on the right side. On the top bezel, one can see the selfie camera on the left side and a speaker grill in the center.
On the back panel, we have a single rear camera along with LED flash. There is a fingerprint scanner in the center followed by Google's "G" logo towards the bottom. All-in-all, it looks exactly identical to the Pixel 3 from both the front and back except that it is relatively smaller in size.
Lastly, the Pixel 3a render shows May 7th as the date on the At a Glance widget on the home screen. This confirms that Google has indeed planned for the smartphone's unveiling on the date it teased last week. It means we are almost two weeks away from the launch event.