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Google Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL may come with a new mint color variant

Google is all set to launch its Pixel 3 lineup on October 9. Now, ahead of the official launch, the latest teaser from the company hints at the possible color variants of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. The teaser suggests that the handsets might arrive in three color variants.

We have seen several leaks and rumors surrounding the Pixel 3 that have given much information on what to expect from the upcoming Google flagships. The latest teaser on Google’s Japanese site hints at three color variants in the new Pixel 3 phones including a new mint green one.

Pixel 3 Color Variants

The teaser page shows a ‘Coming Soon’ banner and a device with the Google‘s logo at the back, just like the previous Pixels. The frame can be tilted left and right and has an inner frame. On tapping the banner, the background changes, showing off the color variants.


The first image shows a Grey top, White bottom and a Neon Green internal perimeter that hints at the power button color in the Pixel 3. The next image shows a Black top and a Dark Grey bottom, but it has no internal perimeter. Interestingly, it is the most leaked version so far. The third image shows off an aqua colored frame with a darker shade at top and can be referred to as Mint color.

Pixel 3 Rumored Specifications

According to past rumors, the Pixel 3 will sport a 5.5-inch 18:9 aspect ratio display without notch, while the Pixel 3 XL will get a 6.2-inch 19:9 aspect ratio display with a notch. All the other specs are expected to be similar in both the phones except for the slightly bigger 3430mAh battery in Pixel 3 XL.

If we talk about rest specs, the Pixel 3 series will sport glass and metal body with rear-mounted fingerprint sensor and dual front speakers. Under the hood, they will get Snapdragon 845 SoC, 4GB RAM, and up to 128GB storage. For imaging, they have dual 8.1MP front cameras with f/1.8 and f/2.2 aperture, respectively, and single 12.2MP camera at the back. The Pixel 3 series is expected to support wireless charging as well.


Satyendra Pal Singh

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