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Pixel 3a XL box sighted in the wild days before official launch

Pixel 3a XL box sighted in the wild days before official launch

Google's annual developer conference will kick off tomorrow, May 7th, at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View and we expect the company to come with a hoard of surprises up its sleeves.

Google Pixel 2019 is what everybody calling the imminent upcoming release from Google. Based on what we've seen so far, it looks like Google plans to offer the new devices at a competitive mid-range price point, with mid-range specs.

Google will also likely livestream the keynote on YouTube, with the Google Developer's channel hosting the video a year ago.

We know many more details about these new phones except their launch dates. The devices are expected to launch with Android Pie out of the box and would be getting Android Q, R, and S support as well. More announcements are expected at this event. For the price, you will get 6GB RAM and 64GB storage variant.

Hopefully, Google saved something for when it officially launches the Pixel 3a and 3a XL next week.

Well, it happened. Any smidgen of mystery that once surrounded Google's upcoming Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL has now vanished. So, stay tuned with us for more updates.

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Alongside the new hardware and software, the tech giant will host sessions on Stadia, Material Design, Machine Learning, Chrome, Google Maps, Assistant, Android TV and more.

The upcoming Google Pixel 3a expected to have a 5.6-inch display with a resolution of 1080*2220. The HUB Max will also have a built-in Nest Cam for motion and sound alerts.

Google has promised that users will be able to play AAA gaming titles on any device with Chrome browser and a high-speed internet connection.

Google unveiled its cloud gaming service, Stadia, back at GDC.

In addition, there are a number of other operating systems, apps, and features that the company could shed light upon at its developer conference. Apart from that, we don't know much else about the Hub Max other than it'll likely be running the same software that puts a big emphasis on Google Assistant and gives it a visual interface that can go anywhere in your home.

Do you remember the last Google I/O event where a human-sounding bot was able to make calls to book a table at restaurants and make hair salon appointments?