Google Pixel 3 surfaces in live pictures; specs leaked too


Pixel 3

Okay, Google won’t be winning any prize this year for keeping their smartphones in secret before the unveiling. Following a stream of leaks that have pretty much revealed everything about the Pixel 3 XL, a new set of pictures leaked today. This time, we have the Pixel 3 featuring a notchless design.

The handset bring a standard screen with no notch, 5.5-inch with 2160×1080 pixels of resolution and dual-stereo speakers. On the back we have a single camera sensor, coupled a dual-tone LED flash. Like previously speculated, a dual-tone color made of a shiny glass above and frosted glass below. Elsewhere, we can also spot a fingerprint scanner, and at the bottom part the Google’s “G” logo marking a presence. Speratedly, the smartphone frame features a glossy finish with an elongated volume rocker and power button.

On the camera department the Pixel 3 will bring the same camera capabilities of its bigger brother. While this leak doesn’t reveal much about the rear camera, it confirms the 8MP f/1.8 aperture lens for the front-facing sensor. Selfie lovers can expect a “Super-Selfie” mode and outstanding portraits, thanks to the Google’s Camera and its image processing algorithm.

When it comes to the processing power, we have the Snapdragon 845 chipset paired with 4GB of RAM. According to the leaked screeshot the smartphone runs Android 9.0 Pie and is fueled by a modest 2,915mAh battery. Both Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are reportedly coming on October 9. Furthermore, they should be sold as Verizon’s exclusive smartphones. However, the source of this pictures has informed that this device is being tested in different networks. This could mean that this exclusivity will only be temporary.

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