Google Pixel 3 & Pixel 3 XL show up in another image; still no sign of Pixel Ultra

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Google Pixel 3 & Pixel 3 XL show up in another image; still no sign of Pixel Ultra
The concept of smartphone leaks is certainly nothing new, but the level of leaks surrounding the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL is more or less unheard of – in the past month alone we have covered around 15 leaks. Today is unsurprisingly no exception to this constant stream, with the latest image of both flagship devices arriving courtesy of notorious tipster Evan Blass.

At this point, almost everything about Google’s next devices has been revealed so there isn’t really any new information to share. After all, as revealed by countless leaks before, the smaller Pixel 3 boasts an 18:9 display complete with rather thick bezels, and the large Pixel 3 XL includes a thick bottom bezel and a massive notch above the display. Regardless of the external design, though, both devices sport a dual-camera selfie setup and stereo speakers.

Moving on to the spec sheet, the duo is set to ship with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 on the inside along with 4GB of RAM. Presumably, Google will also offer a variety of storage options including 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB models. Unfortunately, these will not be expandable via microSD. When it comes to the battery side of things, the smaller Pixel 3 is set to boast a very basic 2,915mAh juice pack, while the Pixel 3 XL will make use of a slightly larger 3,430mAh one. In both cases, Quick Charge and wireless charging are set to be supported. Lastly, rounding out both packages will be stock Android 9.0 Pie straight out of the box.

As of today, there are still over two weeks to go before the official Pixel 3 unveiling, so it’ll certainly be interesting to see how many more leaks can be squeezed in ahead of the announcement. In the meantime, however, it may be time for Google to start thinking about talking to its team of employees about the situation before moving forward with any other products it may have in the pipeline.

source: Evan Blass

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