The search giant has sent out a tiny GIF invitation to all the media houses for the hardware event to be organized in NY. The devices, especially the Pixel 3 XL have been heavily leaked and has even seen a full unboxing video done before it's even launched. The Snapdragon 845 will be powering Google's latest flagship device.
For those of us that aren't a fan of the "notch", you needn't worry, as details and shots of the Google Pixel 3 have also leaked online sans notch, which gives Pixel fans a clear choice to vote with their wallets come October 4 (which, by the way, is World Animal Day) and is also the date Google will announce the handsets. This time the company has changed the date of the event, together with the event being held in New York City.
Google hardware that may appear at the upcoming event include a Chrome OS tablet, a Google Home version with a screen that will rival the Amazon Echo Show, and new Android Wear watches, but apparently not the Google Pixel Watch. Be aware that no teaser has been released from the company.
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By comparison the current 6-inch Pixel 2 XL has slim top and bottom bezels with a camera shooter at top and speakers at top and bottom, introductory price at $849. It then went on sale on Tuesday, October 25 that same year. The glimpse of this smartphone was recently found in a lift cab after a device was discontinued. After that, we have had a set of alternative theories surface on a notch-less Pixel 3 XL that it's all a tactic by the Mountain View-headquartered search giant.
Google is also hopeful that Google will bring a Google Assisted Smart Display in response to echo shows and eco spots.
Either way, there is just as much chance of Google walking on stage and unveiling a completely different device to that of what we have seen leaked out as there is of Google displaying the exact device pictured in the unboxings and simply saying "Yep, you got it", and walking off stage.