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The Pixel 3 Receives Its Fair Share Of Leaks – Key Specs & Photos Revealed

Google’s recent behavior regarding their Pixel lineup has costed them some of their hardcore fans. The brand which was known to be the most ideal and exemplary has started to follow trends which no one wanted.

The Google Pixel 3 XL has been leaked completely, from specifications, design to complete hands on reviews. However the Pixel 3 didn’t receive much attention at all. Most users would rather opt for the lower end Pixel 3 than the Pixel 3 XL due to the updated specs and a much refined exterior.

Many would argue that the “Notch” is annoying and it could be.Here are the Latest leaks for the Pixel 3.
The Pixel 3 Receives Its Fair Share Of Leaks - Key Specs & Photos Revealed 1Right off the first look we see the classic Pixel originated look. No notch and even more curved edges than usual. Furthermore the device will ship with Android Pie from factory.
The Pixel 3 Receives Its Fair Share Of Leaks - Key Specs & Photos Revealed 2Looking at the backside though things look quite the same but for those who wanted the old Pixel 2 XL back with beefed up specs, this is what you need. Looking at the sides of the phone we see that
they have this glossy finish to them giving out a premium look.
The Pixel 3 Receives Its Fair Share Of Leaks - Key Specs & Photos Revealed 3To top it all off we have some leaked key specifications which are expected to be housed in the brand new Pixel 3. The display resolution is 5.5-inch FHD+ (2160×1080) with an 8 mega pixel front camera and 2915 mAh battery.

All these leaks and rumors make the Pixel 3 a valid choice for those wanting to upgrade from last generation smartphones and specially for those who are trying to find a way past the notched design.

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