The new midrange Pixels are official by the names of Pixel 3A and 3A XL, And yes! They’ll come with headset jacks. The phones start at $399 for the 3A and $479 for the XL, plus they include the advanced camera features the Pixel lineup has been known for, including attributes like Night Sight, Super Res Zoom, and portrait mode on both the rear- and front-facing shooters.
To bring the cost down, they have bumped the processor down a little (from a Snapdragon 845 to a Snapdragon 670), restricted storage in 64GB and dropped wireless charging capabilities. On the upside, they found room for a 3.5millimeter headphone jack!
Also, Google made some tricky actions by tossing some balls into the apple’s yard. As you can see below, Google did some amazing improvements in night-mode to make the midrange Pixels shoot perfect night shots on par with 1000$ flagships:
The new Pixels will be offered in 3 colors — black, white, white, and purple — and they’ll be provided at major carriers such as Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint. We don’t know why but it’s strange that it’s not going to be available on AT&T. The new midrange Pixels will go on sale in 13 other nations starting May 7th.