While we thought the leaks might die down before the official launch on Tuesday, October 9, the opposite has happened.
Finally, Google will officially launch the device tomorrow and clear up all the rumors that have been building up.
According to the latest leak, Google Pixel 3 will come with a 5.5-inch display with 1080p resolution. On top of all the other recent leaks, someone found the Pixel 3 XL on sale in Hong Kong - in its official retail packaging. More importantly, you may want to know what hardware products will be unveiled. Now the new introductions will be the one advancing this series.
Whether the heftier battery results in longer-lasting battery life remains to be seen, since the Pixel 3 XL has a larger display than its predecessor, which will require more power. The Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL will pack the Snapdragon 845 under the hood, and they will come with 4GB of RAM along with either 64GB or 128GB of internal storage. The Pixel 3 XL has also been spotted with a dual front camera setup comprising 8-megapixel sensors, one of which is a super-wide secondary camera. The device has been leaked in renders, live images and even complete hands-on videos. We'll likely see the Pixel Slate announced later this month as part of Google's annual October event. It further adds that the company will host a dedicated media event to launch the phones.
In addition to the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL, Google will also be unveiling the Google Home Hub, which will compete against the Amazon Echo Show smart speaker. It allows the user to press the sides of the device to wake the Google Assistant.
Among other features, it'll have 16gb of RAM, an Intel Amber Lake processor, as well as a 3000x2000 display. According to About Chromebooks, the company is gearing up to introduce a new flagship device as "Pixel Slate".
The Pixel 3 and 3 XL are expected to feature a similar design to the Pixel 2- dual-tone, half-glass, half-matte back with rounded corners everywhere-only with some subtle differences. There have also been talks about a 4K screen on the new Pixelbook.
Besides a great camera, both phones are rumored to come with Active Edge support; a feature that lets you launch apps by just squeezing it a little.