The interface will make the selection of camera modes much simpler and will have Google Lens running in background when the camera is opening, constantly analysing everything in the frame to provide you relevant information. The screen should have a 3: 2 form factor and the stylus should be very similar to the one presented past year along with Pixelbook. A new wireless charging dock called the Pixel Stand will also be launched side by side the new phone line-up which will support the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. Multiple images, videos and spec-sheet leaks have given us a pretty good idea of the design of the new Pixel phones. Google Home Mini isn’t due for a refresh, nor is Max. It is a Google Home with a screen. You can get up to 128GB of storage on both the devices, too. Rumor has it that it’ll cost $150.
Google uses its flagship phones to show off the capability of its hardware understanding and software, but it has never come close to competing with the iPhone on sales. This laptop is said to run on Chrome OS. The firm is also expected to launch a new tablet computer – the Pixel Slate.
It will be offered in dark blue colour and features a touchscreen with a possible aspect ratio of 3:2.
Though the launch has yet to take place, this unreleased device came fully-boxed and seems legitimate, particularly considering its steep price tag of HK$15,880 (about $2030 USD).
It’s a given Google will make its new flagship phones official at an event on October 9.
Fingerprint scanner: The power button is also likely to serve as a fingerprint scanner, similar to what we see on Huawei laptops and older generation Sony smartphones. The accessories included in the smartphones’s box are: a USB Type-C cable, USB-C to USB-A adapter, USB Type-C earphones, wall charger and the device itself. The tablet also appears to feature front-facing stereo speakers. The detachable keyboard features a large-sized track pad and round-shaped keys.
The Pixel 3 and 3 XL will differ in screen size and resolution, battery capacity, weight, and dimensions.
The back of the device doesn’t do a great job of looking like a “Pixel” device.