Google trolls Pixel 3 leaks one last time with compilation of YouTube videos

Google trolls Pixel 3 leaks one last time with compilation of YouTube videos
Ahead of tomorrow’s unveiling, the official Made by Google Twitter account has published a video which is essentially a compilation of YouTubers talking about the numerous Pixel 3 leaks.

The video itself opens with the words “the Pixel can’t stop leaking,” something that is then followed by a few other tech YouTubers stating that essentially everything is known about the Pixel 3 series. In fact, one of them literally says “we pretty much know everything about the Pixel 3.” The video, which is relatively short at just 23 seconds in length closes with the line “no matter how hard you try, you literally can’t get anything past the internet” before displaying an embarrassed emoji, and later the date and time of tomorrow’s event.

The compilation is accompanied by the caption “so you think you know… Tune in tomorrow to see for yourself” which does suggest Google may have a few extra announcements up its sleeves. However, considering the sheer number of leaks, don’t expect anything major.

As previously revealed, alongside the Pixel 3 series Google will also introduce a new ChromeOS tablet dubbed the Pixel Slate. Additionally, a third-generation Chromecast complete with Bluetooth support is to be expected alongside a Google Home Hub, which will act as the internet giant’s first Smart Display.


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