Unfortunately, there wasn't any price tag in the vicinity, so we don't know for sure at what price point Google is trying to sell these.
Google has scheduled its annual developer conference, the I/O 2019 on May 7.
The retail packaging of the new Pixel 3a have already been leaked and a few such packs have also been spotted with retailers like Best Buy.
The Pixel 3A and Pixel 3A XL leaks have picked up the pace, which means a launch could be just around the corner. Under the hood, there'll be 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of native storage to work with. The Pixel 3a will sport a 5.6-inch fullHD+ display, while the Pixel 3a XL is expected to feature a 6-inch panel.
There were various teasers in recent past detailing about the upcoming its upcoming budget-friendly Pixel 3a and 3a XL smartphones ahead of the May 7 launch event.
Another big announcement could be around the next version of its mobile operating system, with new features for Android 10 likely to be revealed on stage.
This is the most aggressive Google has been on phone pricing in years, undercutting even OnePlus in an attempt to come up with a midyear hit. This has led to the speculation that the product is likely to be the company's smarthome device likely to be called "Next Hub Max". The next major release of Android will give users more flexible privacy controls, including the ability to limit apps to tracking location only when they're actively being used.
Google Pixel 3 is one of the best cameras on the market, so a phone with the same camera for half the price could attract the attention of consumers.
Until a few years ago, Google phones were extremely cheap and powerful, mostly because the company insisted that it's not trying to turn a profit. Surely, there's even more that will ultimately be part of Q. With the update likely to launch for consumers by the end of summer, we should get a good sense of Google's plans on Tuesday. So, stay tuned with us for more updates.