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Google pixel 3 XL and 3 Carrier Listing Leaks; Not Pink Pixel 3 Outbreak that’s available only in 64GB

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Previous week Google Pixel 3 XL got spotted in Toronto on the TTC, and again there’s a leak on the TTC. Lately this afternoon, a British advertisement detailed a feature called “Top Shot” for the Google Home Hub and Pixel 3 release date. But now a Canadian carrier listed both of them made by Google Phones, disclosing that a Google Pixel 3 colour “Not Pink” is only obtainable in 64GB, whilst the Pixel will be coming as a pre-order gift. This evening, the Freedom Mobile of Canada has completely listed the Pixel 3 XL and Pixel 3 on its website, along with official device renders matching with the earlier week’s leaks. The device will be available in 128 GB and 64 GB storage capacities, but en Google is limiting the third colour option again to smaller storage option.

The Pixel 3 XL and Pixel 3 are scheduled to be announced somewhere around October, and there’s already too many leaks surrounding the new phones. Both the Pixel 3 XL and Pixel 3 had limitations to the minimum capacity. While the buzz goes, the rumoured “Sand’’ shade of it is surprisingly named as the “Not Pink”. and fortunately this will be available on both the phones as a variant. Meanwhile Freedom Mobile is proposing the “Google Pixel stand” as pre-order gift. For now a single major change that has been noticed are the curved corners in between metal and the glass on the backside. Apart from this there’s still the glass window at the top side for all the Pixel 3 XL radios. It even seems that there’s a single camera on its back side with flash still on its right side.

As per the carrier listing the Pixel 3 XL and the Pixel 3 will be released with Android 9 and other specks like the 4GB RAM, Snapdragon 845 processor, and IP68 water proofing as it reveals. The first Pixel came with a Day dream view, but the owners receive the Google Home.

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