Google’s latest smartphone Pixel 3 and 3 XL smartphone images has leaked. Tech Giant Google will launch their new Pixel models in October, could be on October 4,2018 because Pixel 2 was launched on 4th October 2017. However we are seeing more leaks of both flagship models ahead of official launching.
According to leaks and renders , Pixel 3 XL will have a notch or cut out on top of the screen. Actually it is not a surprising given Android P supports the feature. And the smaller variant of Pixel 3 XL will comes with feature display that means it doesn’t have cut out. The both model are stick with a single rear camera just like previous models- Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL.
Google’s flagship packed with Snapdragon 845 processor and it can directly compete with the Samsung’s Galaxy 9 and Iphone X. Pixel 3 and 3XL will come with Google’s latest android version namely Android P. The phone was leaked via XDA Developers and XDA Forums. But it is still unclear about will the phone support wireless charging. According to rumors, the phone come with 6.2-inch screen. The phone could arrive with dual selfie cameras and glass back. Pixel 3XL could have a thicker bezel or chin at the bottom to include speaker on the front of the smartphone. Mostly company will go with rear mounted fingerprint sensor. The smartphone might look pretty similar to the Pixel 2.
Google’s smartphone could be a first smartphone with latest android version P.
Processor, Battery And Memory
Both flagship models will be powered by Snapdragon 845 which is used in Samsung’s S9. Mostly Pixel 3 XL will have 4GB RAM coupled with 128GB storage space.
As per leaks, Google Pixel 3 have new feature Wi-Fi Chipset capable of dual-band simultaneous (DBS) connections, which gives faster and more efficient Wi-Fi. It will use both bands- 2.4 GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi bands at the same time for multi-fold faster speeds. On the leaked images, we could see SIM card tray at the bottom, next ti the USB Type-C charging port.
Although, Google has not yet confirmed the feature and release date of their upcoming smartphone.