Confirmed release compact Google Pixel 3 Bonito

Another YouTube review of a pre-release Google Pixel 3 XL is out. However, this message had a hidden meaning and the company presents Pixel 3 Bonito.

The smartphone runs on Android 9 Pie out-of-the-box and is built around an octa-core Snapdragon 845 chipset, coupled with 4GB of RAM and 128GB storage.

The Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are reported to continue with the design of the Pixel 2-series. Multiple images, videos and spec-sheet leaks have given us a pretty good idea of the design of the new Pixel phones. The new Google Home Hub will come with a 7-inch screen with the speaker behind it, and it will compete directly with the newly launched Amazon Echo Show.

Too aware of the Fake Rumor about Google Pixel 3 XL preorder, Google itself has been teasing the Pixel3 and Pixel 3 XL via promotional emails for the upcoming event, where it will be confirmed that when preorder will begin. It is also possible that at the presentation we will show the extension of the range of smart columns, which Google pays a lot of attention. As indicated by the report, the Pixel Slate dons a showcase with 3:2 aspect ratio and bears a back and a front camera.

The Pixel Slate is expected to be a two-in-one Chrome OS tablet with a removable keyboard case. The Pixel Slate might feature a fingerprint sensor as well. On the contrary, the company could employ a dual camera at the front wherein the primary snapper is expected to be a 8.1MP shooter and the secondary camera might be a wide-angle lens. Instead of a major overhaul, we are expecting updated specifications like a faster processor and more RAM. On a notable side, the Google Pixelbook 2 device would support display up to 4K.

A new third-generation Chromecast might also be in the pipeline for the upcoming event. It should be noted that the image, which was originally posted to Reddit, has since been taken down. However, all the conflicts were put to rest when Engadget got their hands on the unreleased Pixel 3 XL leading us to sum-up everything that Google might launch at their Pixel Event.

  • Kara Saunders