After tons of leaks and rumors, Google finally took the stage to unveil the budget-friendly Pixel 3a lineup phones at the I/O developers conference 2019. As expected the Pixel 3a lineup kept few goodies of the premium Pixel 3 series but also compromises on few aspects to reduce the price tag. The mid-range phones from Google are always quite exciting since Nexus lineup phones.
A few years ago Google introduced a new Pixel brand for premium Google phones running on the stock version of Android OS with great cameras setup. Ahead of Pixel lineup, Google used to release Nexus-branded phones with solid mid-range hardware, vanilla Android experience, and a great value for the money. The new Pixel 3a lineup will certainly excite Nexus lineup fans who don't want to spend hefty amounts to enjoy the stock Android OS experience.
The new Pixel 3a lineup brought tons of features which will excite buyers looking for a mid-range phone. It brought almost everything you can expect from a true mid-range phone at $400. We already compared the Pixel 3a lineup against a number of phones. Today we will put the latest Pixel 3a against the standard Pixel 3 to know in detail the real differences and similarities between the two phones. We are hopeful this comparison will help you better understanding whether the latest Pixel 3a is worth buying or not?. Without any further ado, let's kick off with the design.
14/05/2019 08:49 AM