ByLinky Johnson 2019-04-25 321
This suggests at least one render image that Evan Blass has published on Twitter and Google Pixel 3a should show. You can see the shot at the end of the article. Accordingly, Google is on its first mid-range smartphone on a design concept that is actually an obsolete model: The screen of the device is apparently both top and bottom and surrounded on the sides of plenty of edge. In 2016, many smartphones presented themselves in this look, before the edges shrank significantly in 2017.
Google would take a very conservative approach in terms of design. The competition, on the other hand, relies on edge-free fronts and display cutouts (so-called notches or punch holes) in the middle class as well. The goal is to enable the largest possible screen in a compact housing. Why Google seems to act contrary, is questionable.
In its current top model Pixel 3, however, Google is already on a similar design. The back of Google Pixel 3a is similar to the already available smartphone. The picture shows a combination of glossy and matt surface. There is also the fingerprint sensor to see.
Whether a classic or modern look gets more popular with users is ultimately a matter of taste. An important point is certainly what is hidden inside a smartphone and what the camera does. We expect to learn about the launch of Google I / O 2019 on May 7th.
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