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Pixel 3a Launch Expected on May 7 at the Google I/O Keynote
16 April 2019, 02:42 | Cameron Gross
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The Honor 20 series, OnePls 7 and even the Asus Zenfone 6 are all of interest to us, and now it appears Google is adding to the mix as indications have now emerged the Google Pixel 3A could launch in May.
As smartphone prices continue to climb, with the likes of Samsung and Apple offering phones that cost over $1,000, competing with mid-tier smartphone vendors (and perhaps learning more about that market as a vendor), the move makes a lot of sense for Google. No other details are given, so it's unclear when the launch might happen, but there is said to be some evidence that T-Mo is gearing up to sell the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL.
The news first popped up from both 9to5Google, whose sources believe that T-Mobile is preparing to sell the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL.
There is also a message for Avengers fans out there, stating that "help is on the way", as probably more Marvel characters will be joining the lineup of augmented reality Playmoji available on the Pixel phones.
Leaked: Microsoft's Xbox One S All Digital console
A new report by Winfuture shows the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition clad in the same Xbox One S design without the disc drive. According to the leak, the Xbox One S all-digital edition will feature 4K support, HDR, and a 1TB internal hard-drive.
Words and consequences: A look at the Omar and Trump feud
Fox News Channel host Brian Kilmeade said on a "Fox & Friends" segment on Omar, "You have to wonder if she's an American first". But "what we are saying is, to have a message that appeals to people in a way that does not menace them", she said.
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Trump bucked decades of presidential tradition by declining to show voters his tax filings, both as a candidate and as president. Speaking of the scene outside the warehouse, he added: "I see American flags waving all over and it's attractive ".