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Google Pixel 3 May Come With Wireless Charging & Also Have Active Edge

Google Pixel 3 Google Pixel 3 launch Google Pixel 3 price Google Pixel 3 XL Pixel 3 XL price Google Pixel 3 XL image Pixel 3 leak Android P Google Pixel 3 XL leak Let us take a look at everything we know about the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL so far
Cecil Davis | 11 June, 2018, 13:20

Almost half-way through the year, we're basically left waiting for only two more premium smartphones: Apple's new iPhones and, of course, Google's third-generartion Pixel phones.

Leaked real-life photos of the Pixel 3 XL show the handset adopting a notch display at the front. This feature is known as Edge Sense on HTC's U11+ and U12+ but is also available on the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. Interestingly, Google seems to have used a notched display in a design that is largely similar to the Pixel 2 XL from past year.

So it's somewhat reassuring to see signs that one feature isn't being removed in the Pixel 3. That includes the notch that so many people seem to be against as well as the sizeable chin - presumably required in order to get those stereo speakers onto the face of the device. After some digging in the SystemUIGoogle.APK file, the words "Crosshatch" and "Blueline" were found under the Active Edge section.

Unconfirmed leaks about Google Pixel 3 is perplexing to everyone. These are the new iPhones from Apple and other is the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL phones from Google.

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As per a report by XDA Developers, several code strands have been discovered in Android P's third Developer Preview that suggest a new Google-branded wireless charging dock might be in the works. Before that happened, however, he alleged that the smartphone vibrated when he squeezed it and determined that Active Edge was present. The feature debuted in the Pixel 2 and, while it wasn't exactly a killer feature, it has its fair share of fans.

Active Edge debuted on the Pixel 2 smartphones and lets you bring up Google Assistant if you squeeze the sides.

You might be wondering how the device supports wireless charging when it has a metal back. meraz9000 says what we saw is actually glass and not metal though it still retains the two-tone finish of the previous Pixel phones. The "window" of the phone will have a glossy finish while the rear panel may have a matte finish.