Lisa Gade reviews the Google Pixel 3a XL, the larger of two relatively more affordable Pixel phones released in May 2019. The $399 Pixel 3a has a 5.6” AMOLED display and the $479 Pixel 3a XL has a 6” AMOLED display (the same usable screen size as the Pixel 3 XL with the “hide the notch option” active). Size and battery capacity are the only differences between these 2 Android phones. The Pixel 3a models run Android 9.0 Pie on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 CPU with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. Android Q will be coming later this year, and Google promises 3 years of updates for these phones. Their polycarbonate bodies look nearly identical to the more expensive Pixel 3 models, despite the difference in materials and have an important addition: a headphone jack. You get the same class-leading rear 12MP camera as on the more expensive Pixel 3 models. The Pixel 3a and 3a XL are available as unlocked phones, and are also carried by Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon in the US. If you’re looking for a great camera or are simply tired of extremely high smartphone prices, these are worth a look.