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Google's unannounced Pixel 3A XL phones appeared on the shelves at a Best Buy in Ohio.

SALT LAKE CITY — Shoppers at a Best Buy in Springfield, Ohio, were treated to a look at Google’s new Pixel 3A XL smartphone.

The problem is, Google hasn’t announced it yet.

The Verge reports that “Purple-ish,” a lighter-colored phone, appeared in an electronics case next to the aptly named “Just Black” model without a price tag.

Android Police, who broke the story, wrote that packaging on the box indicates the phone will have a 6-inch screen.

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According to Gizmodo, other leaks included the size of the smaller Pixel 3A’s screen (5.6 inches), 12.2 dual megapixel cameras and compatibility with Android 9.0 Pie.

The Verge also reported on Google leaking the Nest Hub Max smart home device, which is expected to be announced alongside the new smartphones at the company’s I/O conference on May 7.

That’s not to say tech leaks are only happening to Google. According to BGR, possible renders of Apple’s iPhone 11 have hit the internet and reveal a triple-lens camera with an OLED screen.