Google Pixel 3: more features inside

Google Pixel 3 Google Pixel 3 launch Google Pixel 3 price Google Pixel 3 XL Pixel 3 XL price Google Pixel 3 XL image Pixel 3 leak Android P Google Pixel 3 XL leak

Google Pixel 3 Google Pixel 3 launch Google Pixel 3 price Google Pixel 3 XL Pixel 3 XL price Google Pixel 3 XL image Pixel 3 leak Android P Google Pixel 3 XL leak

The real images of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL has also surfaced over the web, however, now it is being reported that the Pixel 3 lineup will include the support for wireless charging as well. 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. It was placed on the left-hand side of the device in the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL.

Thanks to some industrious digging by the fine folks at XDA Developers, references to both wireless charging and Active Edge have been unearthed in the latest Android P beta.

As per some reports from the XDA developers, the teardown of Android P beta 2 system code revealed a hidden code which indicates that the Google Pixel 3 lineup will have an improved wireless charging support with their upcoming software. The smartphone has an edge-to-edge display with a bottom bezel.

Also considering the fact, a year ago Apple released iPhone X smartphones which introduced the display notch and supported wireless charging has imposed its rivals the need to adopt these features for their survival in the competitive market.


Live images of Pixel 3 XL prototype had leaked earlier showing the design in its full glory.

What's on your wishlist for the Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL? The other two are listed with codenames - crosshatch and blueline which are reportedly for Pixel 3 XL and Pixel 3 respectively. The "window" of the phone will have a glossy finish while the rear panel may have a matte finish. There's no word on whether the Pixel 3 will be dual SIM or remain single SIM. Following the track record, chances are Google may launch this year's Pixel phones in September.

For version 1.0, Lawnchair Launcher supports features such as app shortcuts, icon packs, custom grid and icon sizes, and even Google Now integration, all while sticking to a design that is just like Google's own Pixel launcher. That's good news for anyone that won't want to upgrade from their Pixel 2, even if it's a bit boring.

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