Ultra 3 and 3 XL and with so many leaks we're wondering if there will be any surprises at all. Also, the same live stream will be available on Twitter. This was spotted through an image leaked by YouTube vlogger Jon Prosser, that holds details of the upcoming Google launches.
What will Google present on October 9th? Some say that we may see a completely bezel-less phone without any notch, whereas others expect that the Pixel 3 Ultra could be a mid-range device running on Snapdragon 710 SoC.
Pixel 3 is likely to use an octa-core Qualcomm chipset, an Ardreno 630 GPU, and have 4GB of RAM. A new report dashes those hopes rather, revealing the Pixel 3's camera features. A leak about a purported Pixel Stand strengthened fuelled those rumours further. The new Google Home Hub will come with a 7-inch screen with the speaker behind it, and it will compete directly with the newly launched Amazon Echo Show. As for recording videoss, the rear camera can record 4K videos at 30FPS and the front camera can only record video upto 1080p. It is said to offer Bluetooth support and enhanced 5GHz Wi-Fi connectivity. The various functionalities will be managed through the voice commands of Google Assistant, but we also expect a deep integration with the Android Things ecosystem.
There's also rumours about two new colour variants-pink and aqua.
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The Google Pixel 3 and the Pixel 3 XL could be quite similar smartphones with several common features and specifications. Now, what exactly Google has in mind we will get to know in a few hours when the company officially unveils the device .
The selling price in the United States should be around $ 149, but for now, there is no confirmation on this point.
Amazon launched a device past year that displays data on a screen and it seems Google doesn't want to be left behind. My Pixelbook is used in laptop mode 95 percent of the time so I am personally not interested at all in the tablet form factor Google Chrome OS device.
The connection to the keyboard is via a small 4-pin connector, and a touchpad is not missing to control the cursor.
According to the images leaked to the network until today, Chrome OS should receive a new user interface, with a central dock and a "Back" button.
That is all for the moment.
Rumours and leaks have plagued this device in recent months but we'll finally find out all the official upgrades and United Kingdom price when Google reveals all at its major keynote in NY.