The phone parade continues, as Google appears to be getting ready to announce the Pixel 3 and 3 XL. This year, the search giant is expected to come with a new colour option to make Pixel 3 devices stand out from the crowd.
Google on Thursday teased its upcoming phones with a page featuring a large "3" in the middle. The first Pixel 3 teaser is the simplest we've seen in a very long time, and we've seen them all by now. What is interesting is the colour variant also shows off a neon green frame running along the edges, something that we have not seen on the previous Pixel devices. The two-tone background for the new mint colour combines slightly darker and lighter shades of mint on the top and the rest of the back panel, respectively.
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The company is all set to unveil the new devices at the launch event, which is scheduled to happen on October 9.
But while the 3 is clearly a reference to the Google Pixel 3, could it be more than that?
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By navigating the website, you'll be greeted by a fairly plain interface, showing off the silhouette of a phone, with a G logo on the bottom. Google Store in the United States put out a live link with number "3" all over it. Users can sign up in order to get updates. How Google improves on the cameras of the Pixel 3 is something that will be closely watched.
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