Google’s all-but-official budget smartphones, the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL, will cost from $399 and $479 respectively, according to the YouTube channel This is Tech Today.
Both prices are for the 64GB storage models of the phones, which will reportedly also be available with 128GB of storage.
The host of the channel, Brandon Lee, says he was sent images of the Pixel 3a’s retail packaging, along with a number of other details about it and its larger XL variant.
The details shown on the packing appear to confirm its legitimacy.
The Universal Product Code (UPC) number shown corroborates a Walmart listing for a factory-unlocked Pixel 3a.
The packaging also confirms the name of the phone’s rumored purple color scheme, which will apparently be called “Purple-ish,” as well as the Pixel 3a’s 5.6-inch display size.