Almost Everything is Known About Google Pixel 3

After reading several articles on what’s expected to be revealed in Google’s next event, it was no surprise to see just how many rumors the internet has accumulated about the next Pixel phone, which is expected to be revealed on the Made by Google event on October 9th.

For starters, Google has already somewhat confirmed there will be a new Pixel phone to be released. One instance of this was after they responded to the rumors of a “Pixel Mini” phone:

Also, Google sent a teaser email with a giant number 3 flashing with three colors encouraging everyone to share the news using the hashtag #teampixel:

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Google’s Pixel 3 Teaser With 3 Flashing Colors

With that, let’s jump to the rumors on the expected specs of the new Pixel 3:

  • 2 Phones: Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL with identical internet specs
  • XL will have a wider screen that covers the entire top except a notch similar to the new iPhones and a visible chin
  • Smaller Pixel will have a traditional phone look with no notch, looking similar to the Pixel 2
  • The “glass window” will again be in the top back
  • Wireless charging
  • Squeezable sides (Google teased this as well to Japan)
  • Fingerprint scanner
  • Again, one of the best cameras on a smartphone
  • Colors: Black, White, and Blue
  • CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon 845
  • GPU: Adreno 630
  • RAM: 4GB
  • Storage: 64GB or 128GB
  • OS: Android 9 Pie

Google Pixel 3 XL leak from

The only thing that’s not known is the pricing. 9to5Google expects the prices to be $649 and $849.

We recommend browsing the leaked images provided by 9to5Google here. The amount of content that has leaked is amazing. You can also see the Pixel 3XL in use via YouTube here:


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Yousef Shanawany

Living in the heart of Silicon Valley, Yousef is a tech reviewer and editor and enjoys reading about tech news around the world. As his primary focus is the video game industry, he also loves reading about mobile and tablet news, as well as other new emerging hardware technologies. Yousef graduated from San Jose State University, earning his Bachelors degree in Software Engineering. He spends most of his time reading, gaming, and programming.