Mobile Pixel 3 launch tipped for spring confusion

Alfred Osborne
April 16, 2019

T-Mobile is getting ready to sell the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, according to a source speaking to 9to5Google. The long-rumored "Lite" versions of Google's flagship phones are expected to drop in the coming weeks with ...

The influx of rumors already has us hyped for Google's decision to finally expand its much popular Pixel lineup to the mid-range segment with the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL. Just hours before Google's teaser page went live, Hall tweeted that he had sources claiming that both phones would hit the online retailer on May 7.

A teaser available on the Google Store hints at the launch of the new Pixel phones. For those unaware, May 7 is the day when Google I/O 2019 (Google's annual developer conference) kicks-off and it now suggests that it could be the day when it debuts new hardware under the "Pixel branding" during the keynote announcement. Google's teaser seems to indicate that new Pixel hardware will be launched at the event.

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Alongside teasing the Pixel 3a launch, Google has released a commercial that reimagines the Marvel Cinematic Universe to show what all the Pixel 3 can do to help the New Yorkers who have been attacked by the villains of Marvel's Avengers series.

Google has also announced a Playmoji pack for the Pixels which includes MCU superheroes like Thor, Black Widow, Iron Man, and Captain America.

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