Google’s Pixel 3a, the all-but-announced midrange phone that leaked on Google’s own storefront, may be coming to T-Mobile. Sources speaking to 9to5Google and Android Police shared that the carrier has begun testing the Pixel 3a on its network, and that T-Mobile may soon begin selling the upcoming phone in its stores alongside the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. This would mark the end of Verizon’s exclusivity deal that made it the only US carrier allowed to sell Google’s phones. It’s unclear if such a change would impact only the third generation of Pixel phones, or iterations to come as well.
T-Mobile support for Pixel phones is nothing new; all previous Google Pixel models have worked on T-Mobile, as well as the other GSM and CDMA…
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