New Pixel 3 photos show battery specs and variable aperture front camera

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New Pixel 3 photos show battery specs and variable aperture front camera

Thanks to some fun software trickery, we may now have our first tease at what the software UI will look like from that stand.

Google is planning to launch a "mid-tier" smartphone in the Rs 40,000-Rs 50,000 range, to take on OnePlus, according to a report by The Economic Times.

Now, we have some brand new images of what appears to be a Google Pixel 3, complete with screenshots of specs. We have seen plenty of leaked photos of the Pixel 3 XL, which is the one that will have a notch (presumably), but now there is a new batch of photos that show the regular Pixel in real-life form. A trio of Google Pixel Watch devices was said to launch in October along with the Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL, but it seems those plans have been put on hold. Another image shows that the power button and volume rocker are on the right-hand side. Meanwhile, Google's "G" moniker and a fingerprint scanner are present at the back.

The Pixel 3 looks good and might be favorite of the two since it doesn't have a notch. The front will have mirrored earpiece and speaker in the top and bottom bezels, but the new thing is the dual camera setup on the front.

The folks at XDA tweaked a recent Google App beta into firing up a UI that would typically only work with the Pixel 3 docked. The Pixel 3 will come with a 5.5-inch display with an aspect ratio of 2:1, a resolution of 2160 x 1080, a pixel density of 440dpi, and a 60 Hz frame rate. There is also mention of an 8MP camera and a battery that comes in at 2,915mAh.

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