From the reviews I’ve watched and read about the Pixel 3A and 3A XL, Google could have a very popular phone on its hands. It has decent specs, a solid display, an excellent camera, a guaranteed three years of OS updates, an earphone jack (!), and it’s being sold at a very competitive price. Compared with the 64gb iPhone XR, the similar-sized 64gb Pixel 3A XL is being sold here in Canada at $649 CAD - that’s $380 CAD less than the XR ($1,029 CAD). If you compare the XR with the smaller 3A, we’re talking about a $480 CAD price difference. And this is before taxes. Does anyone else think that these new Pixel devices could oblige Apple to release its own mid-range and lower-price device, like it did in 2016 with the iPhone SE? I can definitely see Apple’s market share being eroded if they fail to act. If I was looking today to replace my SE, I know where I’d be spending my money – and it would not be going to Apple’s pockets.