When it comes to popular smartphone devices, Google is still working on carving out a place for itself at the top, among other big competitors such as Apple or Samsung. They could finally make a lasting impression with their new Pixel series if the rumors that we have been hearing are anything to go by. Today we will be talking about some of the features that we know for sure are going to happen with Pixel 3.
Google Pixel 3 Leaked features
Before we start our analysis, we would like to remind you that Google is supposedly going to come out with three new phones this year, and one of them is said to be more affordable than the rest. By how much? Well, that we do not know, but we cannot wait to find out.
One of the big departments where Google seems to have lagged behind is wireless charging. Almost every single brand out there has managed to include this feature with at least some of their phones, and we have been waiting to see just when Google will make the same move. Well, it looks like they might finally do it with Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. If the rumors that we have heard are anything to go by, then we will see the giant tech company come out with an all-glass body for these devices. Glass is the component that will allow for wireless charging.
Android P exclusive
While we are playing the guessing game, trying to find out which Android phone will receive the Android P upgrade and when Google has already announced that their Pixel 3 series will ship with Android P out of the box. The developer version for Android P has been out for some time now, but we are waiting to see the full, stable version be released officially. This might happen in fall, along with the release of the Pixel 3 series which is set to happen in October.
Active Edge Squeeze Feature
Last year, Google introduced this squeeze feature with Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. This year it seems that they are not going to take this feature out at all. You can expect the Pixel 3 series to come with the Active Edge Squeeze Feature. For those of you that do not know, this feature allows users to squeeze the sides of their phones so that they can access Google Assistant.