Google possibly reveals Pixel 3 color versions

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Google seems to be prepping three of those (how fitting for the Pixel 3, right?).

After Google's unannounced Pixel 3 XL was in the center of a major leak early this month, it would be quite redundant for the Mountain View company to start teasing some of the phone's features, since we already know just about everything there is to know.

Google even teased the Pixel 3 on its official store recently, and now it has confirmed the official colors of the device. Similar to the previous Pixel devices, you see a light grey and white combination. The new Aqua or Mint colour option is different from what Google has offered so far.

The company is all set to unveil the new devices at the launch event, which is scheduled to happen on October 9.

Could Google be abandoning its quirky eccentricity for blue on the Pixel lineup after two years of putting it on?

Google Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL teaser show rectangular outline of the flagships, and a "G" logo at the bottom.

In a post on reddit on Thursday, Google's Pixel team advised that it was an internal test "was mistakenly rolled out to more users than intended".

In terms of specifications, we expect Pixel 3 to run Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, come with 4GB RAM, dual-front cameras and a single-rear camera at the back.



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