It has been rumored for some time now that Google could be developing cheaper Pixel smartphones. They may have been revealed in new FCC filings that have been spotted today. The filings show two new devices from Google which many believe will eventually be launched as the Pixel 3 Lite and the Pixel 3 XL Lite.
Google’s Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are now out and customers who pre-ordered it have started receiving their units. If you’re as yet undecided then perhaps this Google Pixel 3 XL durability test will make the decision easier for you. YouTuber Zack Nelson from JerryRigEverything, the go-to channel for smartphone durability tests, has put the latest Google flagship through its paces.
Google has announced its Google Pixel 3 smartphone in an NYC event just this morning. The Google Pixel 3 builds on fundamental strengths that are hallmarks of the Pixel series: leading camera performance, pure Android OS, and neat industrial design. However, Google has pushed the envelope in new areas to improve the experience of the majority, while advancing its own strategic position.
Google has a couple of new handsets in the pipeline – the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL – but the company is yet to confirm when they will be officially launched. It normally launches new hardware in October so that’s when the event is already expected to take place. A new report suggests that Google will officially unveil these devices on October 9th.
There have already been quite a few substantial leaks related to the Google Pixel 3 XL. Apparently, there are many units of the as yet unannounced device floating in the Ukrainian black market. It’s thus not surprising to see that a high-quality Pixel 3 XL unboxing video has now been uploaded which shows off the device in all its glory well before Google has had a chance to announce it.