Despite the fact that all three generations of Google's Pixel phones have been compatible with T-Mobile, Verizon has been the only carrier to sell them in the U.S. That might soon be changing, though.
Google got in bed with Verizon to launch the Pixel lineup in 2016, and Big Red has been Google's exclusive carrier partner ever since. Still, it'd be nice to see the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL be sold by T-Mobile, as it'd enable T-Mo customers to buy them on an Equipment Installment Plan (EIP). Of course, the unlocked Pixel phones have always worked just fine on T-Mobile, but Verizon was the only carrier selling the phone directly. After a ton of leaks, speculation and even mentions on the official Google store, alleged pricing of the Pixel 3a and the Pixel 3a XL have surfaced online.
To recap, The Pixel 3a is powered by a mid-range processor, which is something new for Google. The device is reportedly sporting a Snapdragon 670 chipset and boast 4GB of RAM alongside 32 gigs of native storage, no microSD card slot, and a 2,915mAh battery on deck.
Size-wise the Pixel 3a is pretty similar to the iPhone XR despite having a much smaller, 5.6-inch display and should be "unapologetically plastic" if the rumors pan out. The images depicting the Google Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL's Canadian pricing was shared by a Reddit user (u/ livedadevil) and was subsequently spotted by GSMArena.