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Apr 18, 2019

Google: - We have something great to show you on May 7th


Mobiles and Pixelbooks?

Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL names have already appeared in Android code. Now Google reports that they are going to have something new on May 7th.

Mobiles and Pixelbooks?

Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL names have already appeared in Android code. Now Google reports that they are going to have something new on May 7th.

Portable too, maybe?
The press conference is revealed on the store.google.com/magazine/avengers page because the phones are marketed with the new Avengers: Endgame movie.

The smallest has apparently a 5.6 (screen (as well as Snapdragon 760, 4GB RAM, 12 MP camera), while the XL gets the 6 ″ panel and the same specifications that also include a 3000 mAh battery. Intermediate classes, that is, what the naming strategy also reveals.

Google is scarce
"7. May there is something big about the Pixel universe. The power is in your hands.

Would you think that in this case they refer to new Pixelbook machines (which are also rumored) and at the same time reveal two new Pixel mobiles that are somewhat more affordable?

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