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Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL Renders Leak, confirms Notch, Stereo Speakers, Single Rear Camera

Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL Renders Leak, confirms Notch, Stereo Speakers, Single Rear Camera

It has been in rumor mill for a while and have leaked couple of times and finally clearer pictures are coming to light, yes am talking about the most anticipated next Google flagships, Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. The company is preparing to launch its next flagships, usually debuting in early October. Great thing is we don’t have to wait yet another three months to see what the devices exactly look like, Thanks to OnLeaks And MySmartPrice that managed to bring these devices to the light.

As expected the bigger one aka Pixel  3 XL will have a notch while the brother will have usual forehead. It seems that Finally Google is also forced to adapt the notch due to overwhelming trend in the market that it has finally decided to put that on one of its flagship device.

This time leak not only brought the pictures but also 360 degree 5K CAD render which gives you clear picture of the phone. Interesting thing is the leak confirms at least the company is not tempted to use dual or triple cameras for its latest flagships, Google may have better tech to offer greater pictures who knows, it is Google! At least we could wish so.

In terms of specs, the Google, it is anticipated to have a 5.4” screen with tall 18:9 ratio. There are three holes next to the earpiece, most likely for a camera, proximity sensor and LED notification light, although it might also be a dual selfie setup. Pixel 3 will measure 145.6 x 68.2 x 7.9 mm. I

On the other hand, the Pixel Xl will have 6.2” in display and the notch, between the so-called “horns” will house the very same camera and sensor as the Pixel 3.

The Google Pixel 3 XL will measure 158 x 76.76 x 7.9 mm, but along with the camera bump the thickness goes up to 8.6 mm. Both devices are expected to come with Snapdragon 845 chipset and Android P out of the box. Last year’s Pixel 2 series had an OLED panel on both devices, so it is safe to believe the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL will use the same type of screens.

Both the original Pixel and the Pixel 2 series were announced on October 4, so you better save the date for the Pixel 3 launch as well.

 

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