Google Pixel 3a XL is finally here after a series of leaks, rumours and what not. The new ‘Affordable’ smartphone from Google comes with the not-so-affordable price of Rs 44,999. With this, Google is trying to expand its hardware products to a mid-premium price range where OnePlus and Samsung dominate for a long time. So, to give a stiff competition to its nemesis, the company has equipped the flagship camera in the latest phone, which is also present in the Google Pixel 3. Google, during its presentation, mocked its competition in a witty way by merely suggesting that you don’t require multiple camera setup to get great shots, software enchantments and algorithm can deliver the same results. Quite a tall claim, isn’t it? The brand was successful in building up some hype regarding the camera performance of the Pixel 3a XL. However, does it do any good? In this article, we will talk about the daylight performance of the Pixel 3a XL. So, without wasting any more time, let’s get this started.