The search engine giant is on set to officially unveil their third version of Pixel lineup devices which are the Google Pixel 3, & Google Pixel 3 XL, and pretty much everybody is anxious to know what the devices will pack inside. But leaked renders and rumors, which are consistently showering over the web for past couple of months, apparently makes things clear about the upcoming device. According to the incoming leaked renders, it was assumed that the device is expected to debut in the month of September this year. However, meanwhile, another render appeared on the web, well thanks to Onleaks for making it possible to access the 5K CAD-based renders and a 360-degree video showing Google’s upcoming Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones. And it is more significant to note that according to them the device is more likely to get released in mid-October this year.
As of now, we have seen several leaked appearance of the device, and yet it is too confusing to decide which one will actually be released among these several prototypes. But now the leaked renders are acclaimed to be the real one which will be released in the form of Google Pixel 3 & 3 XL.
Here are the following renders of Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL:
And here are the 5K resolution renders of Google Pixel 3 XL for a better and clearer experience:
So, according to the aforementioned renders, there are many significant elements of the device that can be perceived. Among which the most eye-catching one is the addition of a Notch in the display, which is arguably the most overrated thing among the Android OEMs ever since Apple introduced the iPhone X. But as you can see in the above renders that the notch has only appeared on the XL version of the Pixel. And it also seems narrower than the iPhone X. If we look at the side bezels of both of the devices, it may seem slimmer compared to its predecessor. Although the screen-to-body ratio may not be very impressive, however, there is a certain possibility that Pixel 3 might flaunt 18:9 aspect ratio display. According to the physical dimensions both the device measures 145.6 x 68.2 x 7.9mm & 158 x 76.6 x 7.9mm. And measures around 8.6mm thin if we account for the rear camera bump.
Here, both the devices flaunt single rear-facing camera along with an LED flash module next to it. Which is quite disappointing as because despite having a notch at the top of the display the company didn’t include the dual camera sensor setup at least on the Pixel 3 XL. Both of the devices are occupied with a rear mounted circularly designed fingerprint scanner. Along with a Google, logo placed at the bottom. Overall the rear panel of both the devices looks similar to their predecessor. According to the physical overview, there is a USB Type-C port at the bottom of the device which is accompanied by a sim tray. Over at the right there nothing and moving at the left side of the device a volume rocker and the turquoise-finished power button is found. And which is all found in the aforementioned renders.
However, there are few expected features that might be found when the device will be officially launched. And which are such as both of the devices are expected to come with Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC. Though there isn’t any word on how much RAM will be provided to the third generation pixel devices, it is expected that both of the devices might come with at least 6 gigs of RAM.