An apparent Google Pixel 3a render. Twitter.com/evleaks

We’ve got no shortage of Google Pixel 3a leaks, supposedly detailing the spec sheet and giving us a better look at the devices. Now, serial tipster Evan Blass has joined the party, giving us an apparent Pixel 3a render via Twitter.

The image is in line with previous leaks, showing a phone that looks extremely similar to the flagship Pixel 3. That means we’re looking at sizeable bezels on the front, a unique back, a rear fingerprint scanner, and a single rear-facing camera.

But we’ve also got another noteworthy detail here, as the phone shows May 7 as the date (much like several other leaks). Google has previously teased an announcement for the date, which coincides with the first day of Google I/O 2019. So it seems like almost a given that the Pixel 3a series will be announced at the event.

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The budget-focused Pixel phones are tipped to pack near-identical rear cameras as the flagship phones, as well as a solitary 8MP selfie shooter. Other rumored specs include a Snapdragon 670 chipset, 4GB of RAM, up to 64GB of storage, and 1080p displays.

Google’s upcoming handsets are also expected to offer the all-important Pixel camera software. The Pixel camera app offers HDR+ for better dynamic range, Night Sight for impressive low-light capabilities, and several other innovative features. In other words, the Pixel 3a series might offer class-leading photo quality.

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