Pixel 8A leak reveals $499 starting price


More details about Google’s next budget Pixel phone are starting to appear.

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A leaked image showing someone holding a green Pixel 8A

The Google Pixel 8A might not be getting that rumored price hike after all. Details shared with Smartprix by reliable leaker OnLeaks suggest that the base 128GB model will have the same $499 price as its predecessor.

However, Google could bump the price of the Pixel 8A to $559 for a new 256GB storage option, according to Smartprix. The leak also suggests that the Pixel 8A will come with a larger 4,500mAh battery instead of the 4,385mAh option that came with the Pixel 7A.

So far, Pixel 8A leaked details point to a G3 Tensor chip just like its more expensive siblings, along with a brighter 120Hz display than its predecessors, IP67 water resistance, and seven years of security upgrades. It’s also rumored to come with Google’s AI features such as Circle to Search, the group photo remixing option Best Take, and a noise cancellation feature for clearer calls.

The leak from Smartprix also includes a bunch of new Pixel 8A photos, adding to the trove of leaked images we’ve seen come out over the past several weeks. Google is expected to launch the Pixel 8A during Google I/O on May 14th.

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