Apple and Google haven8217;t launched any hardware at the ongoing IFA 2018 expo, but the two tech giants have thoroughly stolen the show from those in Berlin. After a big Apple announcement and a big leak, Google8217;s Pixel 3 smartphone has apparently appeared in hands-on photos for the first time.
A Reddit poster has published three images appearing to show the Pixel 3 ahead of the expected launch on October 9. While we8217;ve seen plenty of the larger Pixel 3 XL phone in the last few weeks, this appears to be the first decent look at the standard-sized edition beyond renders.
As with its larger sibling, there8217;s no display notch. On the contrary, the top and bottom bezels appear to be a little thicker than those we8217;ve seen within Pixel 3 XL leaks. You can see the images (via Android Central) above.
Helpfully, the images are also accompanied by screenshots seemingly confirming many of the rumoured specs, including the 5.5-inch display. The screenshots promise a 2160 x 1080 resolution with a 440dpi pixel density. The aspect radio is 2:1 (or 18:9 whichever way you want to frame it), while the display will also support HDR content.
It appears the battery will be a relatively small 2,915mAh cell, while the dual camera will offer 8-megapixel sensors, as has been rumoured in the larger Pixel 3XL. We8217;re also expecting the devices to have the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processors, accompanied by 4GB of RAM.