"According to the article, the Pixel 3 will have a 5.4" 18:9 aspect ratio display, though in a tweet Steve advised it would have a 5.3" display. We're talking 158mm height, 76.6mm width and 7.9mm depth, the latter of which could go up to 8.6mm with the rear camera hump taken into consideration. Both variants are rumored to be manufactured by Foxconn, rather than by HTC or LG, who handled one of each previous year.
Much like the current flagships, the Pixel 3 series will have a USB Type-C port for charging, volume and power buttons on the right, and SIM card tray on the left. A fingerprint sensor is also seen at the back, so no fancy in-display fingerprint tech or so will be seen on the Pixel 3.
Two colour options will be there, Black and White, with top part of the rear panel sporting glass and rest metal.
Magic Johnson talks about pressure to sign free agent stars
James' agent, Rich Paul, informing the Cavs on Friday that he will not exercise his option and become a free agent was expected. There was never a chance James would pick up the player option simply to remain in Cleveland for one more season.
A stereo speaker setup is also visible.
The unannounced Pixel 3 sporting a no-notch display is interesting particularly when Google this year officially brought the "Display Cutout" feature with Android P. Nonetheless if these CAD-based renders hold any weight, it will serve as an alternative for those who are not so comfortable with a notch-ed display. Rumors suggested it would have a notched OLED display made by LG, and it appears that is the case. It will come with 6.2-inch display with notch and will house the same camera and sensor as the Pixel 3. Given the presence of the notch, we can expect this phone to have a 19:9 aspect ratio or so with a much higher screen to body ratio than the smaller variant. The Pixel 3 has the least dramatic design changes compared to its Pixel 2 predecessor and continues to feature rather beefy bezels both at the top and bottom of the smartphone. The camera and its LED flash are also in the same location here too. There's only one rear camera on the new XL, however, at a time when other Android flagships are going the dual-camera route. It looks like it, but we can't tell yet.
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