The Pixel 3a XL 64GB Smartphone from Google sports sports premium mobile photography tools without the premium price point. It has a rear dual-pixel 12.2MP camera and an 8MP front selfie camera. These are complimented on the inside by Google’s AI camera software features, such as Portrait Mode, which lets you dial in a blurred background for more professional results. As well as Night Sight, which is designed to produce brighter, more detailed low-light images. When capturing video, the rear camera can record at 4K and the front camera at 1080p quality.
The 6.0″ 18:9 aspect ratio OLED display gives you a plenty of screen for enjoying streaming videos, games, or browsing social media. The 6.0″ screen is housed in a durable polycarbonate frame that you can actually squeeze to activate Google Assistant. With Google Assistant, you can speak your questions and commands to activate phone functions and get answers to your burning questions.
Running the Android 9.0 Pie operating system, this phone is powered by a 2.0/1.7 GHz octa-core Snapdragon 670 processor and 4GB of RAM. You can store your apps and snaps on 64GB of built-in storage. The Pixel 3a XL also features a Titan M security chip, giving you hardware-based protection for your passwords and OS.
This phone is unlocked and compatible with the Verizon network. Connect to the internet and other devices with built-in 2.4+5 GHz Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac), Wi-Fi Direct and Bluetooth 5.0. The Pixel 3a XL also supports NFC technology for making phone-to-phone data transfers or mobile payments where supported.
Android 9.0 Pie
If you have a question, your phone likely has the answer. Built into the Pixel 3a XL is Google Assistant, Google’s digital assistant software that acts like your mobile sidekick. Either say “Hey, Google” or give the phone a squeeze on the sides to activate it. You can ask it all sorts of questions and have it perform a myriad of tasks. Google Assistant will even screen your calls for you, asking who the caller is and why they’re calling. (Available in the U.S. only). Here’s a variety of things you can do with Google Assistant and the power of your voice:
- Tell it to take a group selfie
- Set a reminder to buy groceries
- Set a wind down time to help you disconnect at the end of the day
- Show specific groups of photos stored on Google Photos
- Get the score of the game
- Find out the weather
- Navigate to a specific address or landmark
- Dictate text messages and make calls