Google have released yet another pair of great looking handsets packed with some high quality features. Named the Google Pixel 3a and the Google Pixel 3a XL, the handsets share most of the same specs but are largely differentiated by their size. Take a look at the range of features packed into these handsets:
One of the main features on a phone is the camera. The Pixel 3a and 3a XL both have 12.2MP Dual-Pixel rear facing cameras complete with auto-focus, helping you to capture clear, crisp photos in a variety of difficult photography situations. It also features optical and electrical image stabilisation for even better picture clarity – it also records in 4k too!
The front facing cameras are each 8MP with a fixed focus, allowing you to capture the perfect selfie of either yourself, or of a whole group!
Both handsets run off of a QualComm Snapdragon 670 processor, built for high speed and excellent performance. It will ensure you don’t experience those annoying lags no matter what you’re doing, from messaging to gaming.
The most notable difference between the 3a and 3a XL, is the handset size. The Google Pixel 3a display measures 6.0” and weighs 147g whilst the Google Pixel 3a XL comes in with a 6.3” display and weighs 167g, making it the larger of the two handsets.
There are many more features that these handsets share but the above we believe, covers the main features, and the most comparable ones.