Google accidentally leaks Pixel 3a specs, plus Google Nest Hub Max

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This would be the cheaper version of the current Pixel 3 smartphone from Google. As for the Pixel 3a XL, the leaks stated that the phone could pack Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 processor.

The phones work with Android 9.0 and are equipped with a Snapdragon 670 processor.

There's more though: 9to5Google reports that a fabric case for the Pixel 3a and a Nest Hub Max were also revealed by the store's temporary redesign.

The refreshed Google Store also reveals the "Google Next Hub Max" in the "Connected Home" section, and the "Google Next Hub" which seems to be a rebrand of the "Google Home Hub".

Hours earlier, a Redditor by the name of ElegyD discovered two new devices in the Google Play Developer Console device catalog: "Bonito" and "Sargo". The names of the upcoming phones were confirmed via Android Q listing under codenames Sargo and Bonito. Both the phones have witnessed several leaks including camera samples and image renders. Also, a listing for "Google Pixel 3a Case" was also found under the "Featured Accessories" list.

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The Pixel 3a XL, on the other hand, would have a 6-inch display with a resolution of 1080 x 2160 and a pixel density of 400 PPI.

While these specs aren't exactly head-turning, what could set the Pixel 3a apart from the competition would be the inclusion of the Pixel Visual Core - the chip that power's the Pixel's photography capabilities.

The two devices will arrive with 32GB / 64GB of storage, while a 12.2-megapixel camera is expected to be included on the back of both phones, the same sensor that sits on the back of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL.

Google has been preparing affordable versions of its Pixel smartphones for months now. These links and references didn't lead anywhere and didn't offer any details on specifications, but the fact that the Pixel 3a was mentioned on an official Google site will likely be enough for most folks who have been following these rumors. Now, the search engine giant has accidentally listed the aforementioned device on its product store.

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