The Google Pixel 3 leaks are ramping up, and this time we’re getting to check out some real life photos of Google’s upcoming flagship device. These photos confirm a few things about the device, although we’ve already gotten a pretty good idea about what to expect from some other rumors.
One thing these photos do confirm is that the Pixel will be adopting a glass back, which might mean that we’ll see wireless charging on the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. Don’t take that as a given (see the OnePlus 6) but there’s some hope.
Otherwise, you’re going to notice a lot of similarities from the Pixel 2, so we know Google won’t be making a huge departure in the design department. There’s still a two-tone finish, a back-center fingerprint scanner, single camera lens, and a USB-C charging port. Oh, there’s still no headphone jack. Sorry, guys.
Overall, the Google Pixel 3 is shaping up to be an incremental upgrade. That’s good news for anyone that won’t want to upgrade from their Pixel 2, even if it’s a bit boring.
source: XDA Developers