The heavily anticipated phone is expected to premiere tomorrow at a Google keynote in New York City.
The flagship Pixel 3 and larger Pixel 3 XL are set to feature some major re-designs this year to rival Apple’s new iPhone XS.
Fans of the Pixel line are looking forward to bigger screens, smaller bezels and faster processors for the ultimate Android experience.
DxO camera scores are also expected to be off the charts once again, building on the success of the Pixel and Pixel 2 cameras.
Ahead of the launch, Google teased an active-edge design on the larger Pixel XL similar to the squeeze-to-activate function of the Pixel 2.
Rumours are now mounting about when the smartphone will hit the shelves and just how much the phone will cost.
When is the Google Pixel 3 out in the UK?
There is a good chance the Pixel 3 will be up for grabs as soon as the phone is revealed at the keynote.
According to Android Central, preorders on the Pixel 3 will be made available immediately after tomorrow’s event, so you better be quick.
When the original Pixel launched it was only available to buy in the UK as a carrier-exclusive phone but the specifics of this year’s release are unknown.
Pay close attention to Google’s website tomorrow and Express.co.uk for more details.
How much will the Google Pixel cost?
The Pixel’s pricing is not known yet but odds are it will likely cost more than it’s predecessors.
The base-model Pixel 2 currently ships with a price tag of £629 and free delivery if bought on the Google Store.
The 64GB Pixel 2 XL starts at £799 but if you opt for the 128GB model the price tag goes up to £899.
A store in Hong Kong has supposedly already gotten its hands on the device and is selling it for around £1,554 ($2,030) – a considerable price hike on the previous two models.
What will the Google Pixel 3 look like?
Google has so far only teased the device but a number of clues, rumours and leaks suggest Pixel 3 is going bezel-less this year.
The phone will likely come in two sizes – a 5.5-inch base model and the larger six-inch Pixel 3 XL.
Odds are the larger model will ditch its top and bottom chins in favour of a bigger display and iPhone-style notch housing the front-facing camera and speaker.
The Pixel 3 looks to ship in three colours with a similar aluminium-glass design introduced with the original Pixel.
Google teased the phone will come in white, black and green colours.
The Pixel 3 XL will also feature Google’s “Active edge” technology, which lets users control certain functions by squeezing the phone.
The Pixel 2 used this function to bring up the Google Assistant with ease.
If the model follows its predecessors, it will feature a fast fingerprint scanner at the back of the device.
Cameras enthusiasts are also expecting the Pixel to finally adopt a dual-camera setup.
Express.co.uk will be covering the American tech giant’s hardware events live.
Source : EXPRESS