Google Pixel 3 and 3XL leaked in full glory by European data with special deals

Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL leaked through a listing

At this point when Google is busy trolling the leaks by releasing teasers, there really is no point for more leaks of the new Pixel devices. Well, that’s what you may have believed so. But they just keep popping up on the internet, here and there. One such leak we have now shared by a tech blogger from India Shimon Das first. It is believed to be sourced from UK’s one of the largest Telecom provider, EE.

Google Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Chromecast, Home Mini and Home Hub

The images shared seems to be of the pamphlets that were to be officially released once the device is out on October 9. These images help us identify not only two new Pixel phones, but two mighty AI speakers as well. Yes, we are talking about the Google Home Mini and Google Home Hub. Plus, there seems to be a new Google Chromecast as well.

There seems to be nothing changed in terms of the design as seen on the leaks. The Pixel 3 would house that similar design, but its sibling Pixel 3 XL shall be housing that ugly ridiculous notch. The leak states a lot of things, but no specifications are mentioned. Only its Squeeze to call Google Assistant feature is teased and the ability to turn off the notification when faced upside down. Further, the camera ability is touted. That’s all.

While the Google Chromecast and Google Home Mini don’t look like an upgrade as far as the visuals are concerned, the Google Home Hub seems to be a new addition. The launch date of this new Home Hub with a display is purported to be October 22nd.

Google is set to debut these Pixel and Home devices at a New York City event on October 9. Would you be tuning in for the live launch updates on our social media channels? Let us know in the comments section below. Stay tuned to Mr. Phone for more awesome tech content. 

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