Google Pixel 3, 3XL to be announced on October 9

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Google is all set to release its Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL smartphones this year. Earlier, it was speculated that Google will release the phones on October 4. Google’s own firm, the Famebit’s posting revealed that it was looking for famous YouTubers to flood YouTube with Google Pixel 3 videos on October 4. However, the latest news confirms that Google is not launching the phones on October 4.

Google has confirmed that it will launch its new lineup of products on October 9, 2018. The event will take place in the New York City. The event will go live at 11 AM ET on 9th October. Google will live stream the event on its YouTube channel as well.

Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL

As far as the phones are concerned, there’s been a handful information depicting what Google is working on. The Pixel 3 phones will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 CPU accompanied by Adreno 640 GPU. These phones will have a 4GB RAM inside.

Both the Pixel phones will have a single camera at the back. The Pixel 3XL is expected to have a big notch. A number of hands-on videos have already been leaked showing the Pixel 3XL, while the Pixel 3 was seen in a series of pictures.

Both these phones will have a fingerprint scanner at the back. The Pixel 3XL is expected to have dual front cameras inside the notch. The Pixel 3, as per the pictures suggest, doesn’t have a notch. The leaked unboxing videos also showed the phones to have a pair of headphones. Google did not add headphones inside the boxes of the previous Pixel phones.

It was also rumored that Google is working on a Pixel watch that will be unveiled alongside the new Pixel phones. The news now has it that there is no Pixel watch coming with the phones.

We are keeping our eyes on the Google Pixel 3 updates. Let us know what do you think about the upcoming Pixel phones. Are you planning of getting one? Stay in touch with us to know more about these phones.

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