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3 Ways the Pixel 3a Can Change Midrange Phones Forever

The Pixel family is about to grow. Rumors and images of Google’s foray into the midrange smartphone market have been trickling out for months, but now a release looks to be just around the corner. According to a very telling teaser, we’re all but certain to learn everything about the Pixel 3a and 3a XL at the Google I/O conference on May 7.

Based on what we’ve seen to date, Google will be looking to offer an experience nearly on par with that of its flagship Pixel 3 handsets, for several hundreds less. The company reportedly will turn to a lower-end Qualcomm chipset — believed to be the Snapdragon 670 — along with less onboard storage, a plastic body, and one front-facing camera, as opposed to the dual lenses in existing models.

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