Google Pixel 3 series is just a few days ahead of its launch, well, the rumors and leaks are not settling. A leaked marketing video for the upcoming Google Pixel 3 shows this might again be the case with some new augmented reality (AR) camera features being demonstrated. However, they’ll have some big differences between the two. Now, a Russian YouTuber has got his hands on the Pixel 3 XL. Pixel 3 will come without the display notch, while Pixel 3 XL will sport a notched display. Both are sporting the Snapdragon 821 chipset, with 4GB of RAM and 32GB or 128GB of storage.
Google’s Pixel phones will, at long last, offer a dual-camera setup. The front-facing camera will also apparently have a “Super Selfies” feature, though it’s not yet clear what this is.
For imaging, the device comes with a single rear 12.2-megapixel camera with an f/1.8 aperture, OIS and EIS.
In the code discovered, modes for “personalised help” were mentioned, suggesting Pixel 3 owners may be able to interact with the Google Assistant when their flagship is receiving juice wirelessly. External performance of smartphones has always been a mystery and in this respect, the search giant will not be able to surprise fans on upcoming presentation.
Release date of Google pixel is set to on 9 October.
If you’re considering the Pixel 3 or XL the most important question will come down to the display.
If we go as per the earlier leaks, then, the Pixel 3 will feature a 6.0-inch AMOLED display which will offer a screen resolution of 1600 x 3100 pixels. However, we’re not yet sure whether it will have support for fast wireless charging. As some rumors floating around speculate that all the leaks were created to hide the real phone. The Pixel 2, which is the smaller variant, has also not received any price cut yet. Considering it’s a wireless charging stand, that would all but confirm wireless charging will be a feature of Google’s upcoming flagship Android devices. It will compensate with the USB Type-C Bullets headphones.
Every year Google comes up with amusing and good names for their color variants. That’s quite similar to what Google does with the SIM card tray in their Pixel smartphones. Hopefully, they will be true-wireless like Apple’s AirPods this time.