With Android Pie having been announced this earlier this month, the big question is, when is the Pixel 3 launch date? It has been revealed, but not by Google.
What does that mean? Bloomberg posted an article about the next gen Apple iPhone X, and the article clearly mentions the Pixel 3 launch date.
According to that post, Google plans to hold a media event in New York on October 9th, and that is when the Pixel 3 and the Pixel 3 XL will be officially announced.
Is this legit? Probably, because it is coming from a big news company. And, it also falls under the traditional launch period when Google unveils the Pixel phones. So, yeah we believe October 9th is the Pixel 3 launch date. Whether it will be, is in the hands of the almighty Google. Bloomberg does mention that a spokesperson from the Mountain View company declined to confirm the information.
Are we surprised about this though? Kind of, yes. We did expect that the device would be launched in September, what with the innumerable leaks floating around from Russia. Reviewers in the European country have shared the real life photos of the Pixel 3 XL along with camera samples. You’d think the device is ready for an early launch, right?
We already know that the regular Pixel 3 has a normal design, while the Pixel 3 XL will feature a notch display design. And we are aware that Google is continuing with the single camera lens plan for its next gen flagship.
So, we just need to wait until the Pixel 3 launch date for the ultimate information, which everyone wants to know. What will the Pixel 3 cost? We aren’t expecting any miracles like the Poco F1, if anything Google will price it as high as the Note 9.
We will keep you updated, when we spot more leaks about the devices. Stay tuned.