This week, Google announced a new and less-expensive member of the Pixel 3 family, the $400 Pixel 3a.
The announcement comes just a few months before we're expecting Google to formally announce the new generation of flagship Pixel phones.
The awkward timing has been a lingering concern of mine ever since I picked up the Pixel 3a for the first time.
But I've come to realize that it's not such a big deal: Google brings some of its best new features to older models of its Pixel phones.
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