As leaks of the Google Pixel 3 devices continue, a new one seems to confirm the notch on its display. A set of images seen online apparently show the smartphone in all its glory, and confirms some of the recent rumours.
That includes rumours about a large display with really thin bezels and a small notch on the top. There’s another notch on the bottom of the display, while you can see two front cameras as well. It’s unclear what combination of cameras Google will use, but then Pixel phones have so far been more about camera software than the hardware Google uses.
Further, if the images are indeed real, it also seems like Google is adopting a narrower form factor. While the Pixel 2 XL from last year did have 18:9 displays, they had a wider profile than most flagships, making them somewhat unwieldy in comparison.
What doesn’t seem to be changing is the two-tone design on the back. The images show a glass and plastic finish, similar to the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL.
Google is expected to unveil the Pixel 3 series around October this year, though the company is yet to confirm when the phones will be launched. The company is also expected to unveil a Snapdragon 710 version of the Pixel this time.