While Google’s Pixel 3 is scheduled to launch on Tuesday, a new video of it has surfaced that may steal a little thunder from its debut.
Engadget was able to get their hands on the new Pixel 3, though they says it’s unofficial as a warning. But if true, it’s clear that Google has decided to copy the famous iPhone X Series notch as noted in our cover graphic.
Of course the physicality of the device is one thing and we’ll just have to wait for any possible killer features or apps not covered in the Engadget video. Check out the Engadget report for more details about they expect the Pixel 3 to deliver here. A shop in Hong Kong is actually selling the Pixel 3 noted above (or a classic Hong Kong knockoff of it) for $US 2000.
Google is also rumored to be launching its own Smart Display to compete with the likes of Amazon’s Echo Show and update their Pixelbook line-up.
At last week’s Microsoft event, the surprise of the event was delivering the all-new Surface Headphones. For Apple, many believe that their new Apple Watch 4 stole the show with its game changing ECG feature.
Every tech show tries to introduce one wow product to get the media buzzing. I’m not sure the Pixel 3 will deliver that wow factor, so what will their surprise be? Tune in on Tuesday to find out.