As for the new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, Google is expected to introduce upgraded internals as per usual, which will likely lead to some improvements in performance. The Pixel phones are also set to come with a wireless charging stand that props the phone up while it charges to make the screen visible, nearly like a docking station of old but wireless. It had announced Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL on 4th October and were made available for pre-order in India on 26th October. Early prototypes leaked on the web showed the Pixel 3 XL having an all-glass body, with a look similar to its predecessor.
The timeline for the India launch a couple of weeks after the global announcement seems to be in line with what Google did a year ago with Pixel 2-series phones. Google could also expand the usability of the Active Edge feature by adding third-party app support for squeezing gestures this time. Google has gotten a ton of flack for the introduction of the notch, mainly because the Pixel 3's notch is unusually larger when compared to other devices.
The review shows off the phone in all its glory, confirming what you get in the box, and 100% of its new features and specs. The device would feature a 12.2MP single rear camera and a pair of 8MP front-facing cameras, allowing for extra-wide shots. Richard starts with the wide-angle angle shot and takes it all way to the close-up shot.
While there have been a lot of rumours and leaks about the 2018 Pixel phones, the information on the up and coming Google tablet has been scarce. That's about double what the Pixel 3 XL will cost if a recent leak is correct.
Both phones are expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 845 SoC and paired with up to 6GB of RAM and 128GB storage.
Just like always, The company is expected to launch a new smart home assistant and this year it might be called as Home Hub.
There are no further details for the device as of this moment, However, we are hoping to find out more at Google's event tomorrow.