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From the weekend: Check out some photos of the Google Pixel 3

From the weekend: Check out some photos of the Google Pixel 3

The pictures also show that the Pixel 3 XL will retain a somewhat similar design to last year's Pixel 2 series, but with certain changes.

One of the most underappreciated features of Google's Pixel is the launcher.

Unconfirmed leaks about Google Pixel 3 is perplexing to everyone. The photos confirmed numerous previous rumors that had been swirling around the phone, including dual front-facing camera sensors, a glass back and the infamous camera notch.

The Google Pixel 3 leaks are ramping up, and this time we're getting to check out some real life photos of Google's upcoming flagship device. There's a bit of a tweak to the feature, but it's still there, and it looks like it's going to be available on both the Pixel 3 and the Pixel 3 XL.

The evidence comes from senior XDA Developers member meraz9000 who posted the first ever photos of the Pixel 3 XL prototype.

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One of Pixel 2's most memorable features is the Active Edge. Before that happened, however, he alleged that the smartphone vibrated when he squeezed it and determined that Active Edge was present.

This new leak from XDA Developers also reveals that the Pixel 3 will come with Active Edge support something that we have already seen on Pixel 2.

Active Edge debuted on the Pixel 2 smartphones and lets you bring up Google Assistant if you squeeze the sides.

XDA Developers then looked at the latest Android P developer preview and noticed that the "WakeMode" class within the SystemUIGoogle APK was modified. The other two are listed with codenames - crosshatch and blueline which are reportedly for Pixel 3 XL and Pixel 3 respectively. There's still a two-tone finish, a back-center fingerprint scanner, single camera lens, and a USB-C charging port.

The images further show the rear panel which has the same Pixel smartphone patterns of the monochrome colour design with two shades of black.


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