Google Pixel 4a looks imminent as Google stops selling Pixel 3

Joanna Estrada
April 1, 2020

Google's Pixel 3 and 3 XL phones were removed from the Google Store, Android Police reported. Google struggled to justify missing features and build quality issues throughout the Pixel 3's run, and now that run has ended.

As is customary, Google continued to sell its previous-generation Pixels after the Pixel 4 and 4 XL launched.

Last year, the company stopped selling the second gen Pixel devices around the same time, which is April. If you can't get one, the Pixel 3a is excellent and reasonably priced, while the Pixel 4 is a very intelligent flagship phone, albeit with a few problems.

If you dig a little deeper into Google Store, you will find a mention of the Pixel 3, but if you click it you will once again be redirected to the homepage. We've been expecting Google's next mid-range device to arrive in the front half of 2020, at least until the coronavirus pandemic struck. While the Pixel 3 and 3 XL phones can still be found in the "phones category", all versions are listed as being out of stock.

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