Google 28 Sep
Tech giant Google is close to launching its flagship device in the shape of Google Pixel 3 and we have been going through tons of rumors mill in regards to that. One of the most widespread rumor was the super selfie mode of the aforementioned phone though, in a recent Tweet from Google, the rumor has even got more interesting.
Google tweeted ‘no comment’ on the issue of the super selfie and instead posted a photo along with that tweet that features a phone with a massive lens along with a person wearing a cap with a smartphone mount, sort of showcasing the person taking a selfie, through a phone fixed upon the cap mount. Just as always, Google seems to have fun with the pretty popular rumor floating around to make everyone, even more, confuse and in the state of speculation to increase the overall interest in the device and what the company has to offer when the phone launches on 9th October.
The super selfie concept came out since August where it was rumored that a smartphone case would be made available having slots for ‘dual front-facing cameras’ on Google Pixel 3. This kept everyone speculating that Pixel 3 might feature the same front-facing camera setup.
Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL had one of the best cameras on the market available and a wide variety of tech reviewers have a consensus upon that. This leaves everyone even more excited for what to come next in the shape of Google Pixel 3. Are you excited for the 9th October event where Google will probably unveil its flagship smartphone? Let us know in the comment section below
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