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Google Pixel 3a XL retail box packaging leaked online

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Google Pixel 3a leaks suggest $399 starting price

The event will be held in Mountain View, California where the tech giant is expected to launch the Pixel 3a lineup. Also, like every year, there will also be some surprises. Google will launch these phones on May 07 at the Google I/O conference. Here are all the big announcements that Google is likely to make at the event. But it doesn't mean it will be cheap, it will still belong to the premium affordable smartphone category.

Leakes about the upcoming Pixel 3a and 3a XL have been floating around for some time, but it looks like Best Buy jumped the gun and simply put them on sale. It's possible that I/O will see another demo of Stadia with more specific information on the consumer launch. A dark mode, color theming, and a much more responsive sharing menu have also been present in the early betas, and Q is laying the foundation for a future of foldable phones. Along with renders of the case itself, Totallee has included renders of the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL, giving us yet another look at both phones. The product spotted in Best Buy shows the Pixel 3a XL box listing a 6.0-inch screen and 64GB storage. It is speculated to come built-in Nest Cam with customizable motion alerts. However, the phone will likely feature a headphone jack. At I/O, Google is expected to give a detailed preview of the Android 10 Q. Also, the company could come with a fresh beta update for users. Now latest rumours suggest that the company is working on an OS for feature phones. Google guarantees three years of operating system updates. Unfortunately, there wasn't any price tag in the vicinity, so we don't know for sure at what price point Google is trying to sell these. Reports suggest that Volvo Polestar 2 will be the first auto with a Google's version of Android installed directly on the car's infotainment hardware. Other than numbers, there will also be advancements for the Amazon Alexa and Apple Siri rival.

There haven't been any other hints that Google has big plans to shake up or redesign Android TV this year. We may get a sneak peek into them during I/O keynote. The coolest Android TV-related product that we saw at last year's I/O still hasn't made it to market, but the software continues to find its way to TVs from a wide assortment of manufacturers including Sony and Hisense.

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