GOOGLE PIXEL 3A XL IM TEST: EIN GELUNGENER SCHRITT IN DIE MITTELKLASSE?


Im Herbst wurde das Google Pixel 3 (XL) vorgestellt, die dritte Generation der Pixel-Smartphones. Ein halbes Jahr später folgt nun die abgespeckte Variante in Form des Google Pixel 3a XL, das jedoch auch einige Features der Highend-Modelle bieten soll. Ein Beispiel ist da die Kamera, die zwar nur auf einem Sensor basiert, aber sehr mit dem Faktor „Computational Photography“ punkten soll. Welche Hardware im Pixel 3a XL steckt und wie sich das Smartphone gegenüber der Konkurrenz im Mittelklasse-Sektor schlägt, erfahrt ihr in diesem Testbericht!

Übersicht

Google stellt das Pixel 3a sowohl in einer Standard-Variante als auch eine XL-Version vor, ähnlich zum bisherigen Google Pixel 3. Die beiden Modelle unterscheiden sich primär in der Größe und der Akkukapazität, die restliche Ausstattung ist identisch. Preislich startet die Pixel 3a-Serie bei 399 Euro (UVP), zum Test haben wir das Google Pixel 3a XL in der Farbe“Just Black“ erhalten.

Lieferumfang

Google Pixel 3 XL

USB TypC-Kabel

Ladeadapter

Steckplatz-Werkzeug

Bedienungsanleitung

Design & Verarbeitung

Das Google Pixel 3a XL zeichnet sich durch ein sehr schlichtes Design aus, das besonders auf der Rückseite kaum vom Google Pixel 3 XL zu unterscheiden ist. Der obere Teil im Bereich der Kamera ist glänzend gehalten, während der Rest der Rückseite mit einem „Frosting“, also einer mattschwarzen Beschichtung versehen ist. Das Duo aus Glanz und Matt ist besonders beim schwarzen Modell sehr auffällig, die weiße Variante gibt den Effekt nicht so deutlich wieder.

Full review article can be found: https://www.allround-pc.com/artikel/mobile/2019/google-pixel-3a-xl-im-test-ein-gelungener-schritt-in-die-mittelklasse


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