26 September 2018
Google's October 9 launch event isn't far where the company is expected to announce a new generation of its Pixel phones. There are numerous leaks and rumors on the internet which have already made us familiar with the looks of the Pixel 3 series. But, a lot more is yet to be discovered when it comes to technicalities.
Google Pixel 3 is expected to hold almost the same design as Pixel 2, however, it's larger variant Pixel 3 XL may come with a display notch that will make it a different offering from Google this time. There are several leaks already, with the recent one showing the full-fledged images of the Pixel 3 XL. And, now one more set of leaked images is coming, this time from the prolific tipster, Evan Blass.
He has posted the renders of the Pixel 3 and the Pixel 3 XL and one can easily see the difference in their designs. Only the front side of the devices has been shared, so we can't tell about the rear side. However, leaks have suggested, the devices will once again include the single rear cameras.
The recently leaked bunch of images have revealed the specifications too, these include a 12MP rear camera and an 8MP front-facing camera. Google seems to have made a slight change to the camera UI as well.
A couple of days back the two devices were also spotted on a Chinese online retailer. The press renders listed show dual selfie cameras and the pair matches to the renders shared by Blass. Google Pixel 3 also seems to have made its appearance in a Google Pay commercial.
Mostly-confirmed details include a Snapdragon 845 chipset, 4GB, plus 64GB base memory option, Qi wireless charging and glass backs, for both models.