We all Love Pixel Phones when it comes to True Android Experience! Obviously, We Should, As they are the only phones which Offers flagship grade performance, True Android Experience and Timely Updates.
But Not Everyone Can Afford an $800 Smartphone, and some consumers are limited to Just $400 Budget for their Next Smartphone.
And most of them have already bought the Recently Launched Poco F1! But with the recent leaks, it has been confirmed that the all-new Pixel 3a will be priced around $350 which is insane.
Key Features of Pixel 3a
- True Stock Android Experience
- Timely Android Updates
- Pixel 3XL Camera Hardware
While Pixel 3a might not be able to offer the Killer Flagship Performance like Poco F1, it surely will replace Poco F1 when it comes to Software Experience and Photography.
But there is a difference between Official and Unofficial Experience. While you may get Pixel Like Experience on your Poco F1, it isn’t directly by Xiaomi or Google.
Thats where Pixel 3a comes to save you.
Also, For photography Enthusiasts, Pixel 3a can be bang for the buck.
The All-new Pixel 3a is expected to feature a Snapdragon 675 processor clocked at 2Ghz coupled with 4GB of Ram and 64GB of Internal Storage.
The Device will be running on Android 9.0 Pie and will be the first Smartphones under $600 Price segment to get Android Updates.
All of this is Powered by a 3300mAh Battery which should easily last for one day.
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 675 is an Octa-Core 64-Bit Processor clocked at 2Ghz with Kryo 460 CPU Cores and Adreno 612 as GPU.
Built at 11 nm FinFet Technology ensures Lower Power Consumption. With Single Camera Support up to 192-Megapixels.
While it is designed to ensure flagship like performance, Users have complained about Throttling issues on Redmi Note 7 Pro that comes with the same Processor.
Honestly, We are Super Excited about the Upcoming Pixel 3a only hoping from Google to price it well so that it can conquer the market as well as our Hearts.
True Android Experience is something that I Prefer over any MIUI, EMUI, ColorOS, etc.