Google I/O will kick off later on today and it’s also where Google will introduce its newest Pixel devices: the Google Pixel 3a and Google Pixel 3a XL. Both of them have been notoriously leaked in the past few weeks so, at this point, we pretty much know what to expect.
Or so we thought.
Leakster extraordinaire Roland Quandt took to Twitter to post a full spec sheet for the Pixel 3a which has been translated from another, unknown source.
To begin with, the phone’s body is built out of polycarbonate, which means that the company kept the costs low – all that’s left now is to see how it actually feels to hold it in your hand.
While we knew that the device will have a 5.6 inch display, we now also know that it will be OLED and will have a Full HD+ resolution and an 18:9 aspect ratio.
The phone has a Snapdragon 670 chipset and a 3,000mAh battery under the hood, alongside 4GB of RAM.
Of course, the cameras are the stars of the show: the main camera is a 12MP with dual pixel autofocus and an f/1.8 aperture, which is the same one you can find on the Pixel 3. The selfie snapper is an 8MP with an f/2.0 aperture.
The cameras will have 4K recording limited to 1080p at 30fps and the body will also feature Active Edge – the HTC-developet feature that allows you to squeeze the phone in your hand by the sides in order to summon the Google Assistant.
Other features include USB-Power Delivery 2.0 for 18W quick charge compatibility, a 3.5mm headphone jack, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC and up to Cat. 11 download speeds of 600Mbps.
So far so good, right?
There’s no spec sheet out for the Pixel 3a XL but the Google I/O will be live in a few hours so we’ll learn everything else we need to know then and we’ll tell you all about it.