As for power, the mid-tier smartphone has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 processor, 4GB AM, and a 3000 mAh battery with 18w fast charging. While not quite as powerful as the flagship devices, the 3a has more than enough power to produce stunning visuals and run high-end applications.
One area in which the Pixel 3a keeps up with the more expensive models is the camera. It features a 12.2 MP dual-pixel rear camera with auto-focus and electronic image stabilisation, allowing for the impressive photo quality that we’ve come to expect from Google’s smartphones. However, the 3a doesn’t have a dual front camera, and the single one that is there doesn’t have a wide-angle lens. Furthermore, the front camera only has a f/2.0 aperture and fixed focus. While this still allows for great shots, it doesn’t quite compete with high-end smartphone cameras.