A lot of things are happening in the world of science and technology, especially with Google. The multi-billion dollar company has just released their newest Google Assistant and it’s bilingual capabilities, and if that weren’t enough, we’ve got a sneak peek at what the newest Google Pixel smartphone may look like.
Earlier this week, leaked images of the newest iPhone XS and Apple Watch Series 4surfaced online. Apple isn’t the only company suffering from potential leaked images; Google has also been hit, with their newest Pixel 3 smartphone surfacing on forums online. According to DailyMail, an anonymous Reddit user uploaded several shots of what appears to be a pretty legitimate set of photos of Google’s smaller Pixel 3 smartphone.
The detailed pics included several screenshots of its specifications that include information such as the phones reported 5.5-inch display and two eight megapixel front cameras. Google usually released two versions of its Pixel smartphone each year, and this year it is expected to release the Pixel 3 as both a base model and as a larger Pixel 3 XL.
The alleged shots of the smartphone appear to the smaller Pixel 3, which as mentioned has a 5.5-inch display with a 2160x1080 resolution. This type of resolution makes the phone nearly 10 percent bigger compared to the previous five-inch Pixel 2. The shots also appear to include small bezels at the very top of the device and has a chin at the bottom, and those likely to purchase the phone will be happy to know it does not have a notch cut-out!
DailyMail claims the photos seem quite legitimate not only based on the quality of the leaked images, but the Google logo on the back, and the smartphones matte finish. This isn’t the first time a leak regarding the Google Pixel has surfaced, earlier this summer, a few shots of the apparent Google Pixel 3 XL were leaked online, being featured in a series of colors including both black and white.
We are unsure as to whether these shots are in fact real images of the upcoming Google release, but if it is, we can certainly agree that it will be worth the purchase. With upgraded specs, a simple and clean look with features that will appeal to consumers, Google definitely didn’t disappoint.