Google Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL: Updates On Release, Specifications, and More
As the release of Google Pixel 3 draws closer, speculations and rumors appear one after the other. This makes it more difficult to come across more credible clues regarding the device’s form, features, and official launch date.
With this in mind, we took it upon ourselves to gather all the latest news regarding Google’s next phone. From release to specifications down to price, we tried our best to keep you covered in all aspects. All you have to do now is scroll down and take it all in!
When it comes to a release date, the Pixel 3 is allegedly appearing fall of this year. This conjecture is based on Google’s previous unveilings with the first Pixel and the Pixel 2, which both dropped on September 2016 and 2017 respectively.
There’s really no indications that this time period will not be followed, but if we’re talking about a device unlike anything that we’ve seen before from Google then, it’s more likely that the device will see an official outing later this year. But if past schedules are to be trusted, then September is the best bet.
As of the moment, we can only base our predictions of the Pixel 3 on artist renders. There’s still no concrete leaks that show-off the Google Pixel 3 in all of its glory. However, we can definitely expect the device to come with a more sleeker and more modern aesthetic than previous iterations.
First one on this list is much smaller bezels. This is probably one of the most predictable ones since the current trend opts for a more refined and tapered appearance when it comes to smartphones. Seeing as this is becoming a standard, there’s no reason for the Pixel 3 to not adopt the same design ideal.
Next would be the integration of a larger screen. According to reports, the Pixel 3 will sport a 6-inch AMOLED screen for its display with an aspect ratio of 19:9. The display is said to be coming with a notch similar to the iPhone X and a, still speculated, in-display fingerprint scanner.
Seeing as the pixel 3 is Google’s flagship device, it’s only natural for the phone to drop with high-end specs. These will include Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845, which is currently the standard for all high-tiered phones. This processor will be partnered with a 6GB RAM and an expandable 64GB storage.
In terms of camera, we think that the Pixel 3 will stick with their trademark single-shooter, which has been regarded as the best among other competitors. This camera setup will likely be comprised of a 12 MP lens with the front camera having 8 MP.
Price-wise, there’s still really no definite indications. If estimates hold true, the device could have a starting market price of $1000. Seeing as the Pixel 2 hits the $800 mark, there’s no reason for the Google Pixel 3 to be priced lower. But ultimately, we still really don’t know.