Google teases a cheaper Pixel 3 unveiling on May 7 – Ars Technica

Google teases a cheaper Pixel 3 unveiling on May 7 – Ars Technica

reader comments 68 with 59 posters participating Share this story Google's teaser #1. Teaser #2. The mid-range Pixel 3. The back has this strange "C" logo. A headphone jack! These slots on the bottom edge are new. With the missing bottom-front speaker grille, at least one of these is probably a speaker. A neon power button. A few years have gone by since we've seen hardware at Google I/O, but it looks like this year that will change. .

Today, a teaser on the Google Store promises "something is coming to the Pixel universe" on May 7, the first day of Google I/O. Considering that we've been expecting the Pixel 3a and 3a XL—cheaper versions of Google's Pixel 3 flagship—to be released sometime this summer, it's a good bet this is referring to these devices. Google's teaser page is extremely vague. It's mostly an ad for the Avengers: Endgame movie due out April 26, complete with an Avengers-themed Google logo and a crossover video ad for the existing Pixel 3 and the new movie. Just like with Stadia, though, we'll remind you that the Google Store is for hardware, not software, and it's hard to imagine teases like "something big is coming to the Pixel universe" and "meet a new hero" are not referring to a new phone. Stephen Hall of 9to5Google even claimed he heard whispers of a May 7 release date for the Pixel 3a a few days before this teaser. The "Pixel 3a" and "Pixel 3a XL" are supposedly stripped-down versions of Google's existing flagship smartphone. We've seen reports of a "mid-range" Pixel going all the way back to last summer, and pictures of a real device first started popping up about ....

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