It's important to note that the launch date isn't a confirmation of when the Pixel 3 will be available in stores - most likely, it's the date the phone will be officially announced.
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The Google Pixel 3 XL will probably feature a display notch, while the Pixel 3 will not, but its bezels will be a bit thicker because of it. It seems that Google themselves might have revealed it via an ad that was posted in Canada. Google may be spending a hefty portion of its marketing budget attempting to convert more iPhone and Galaxy users over to the Pixel.
After months of seeing shot after shot of barely-camouflaged prototypes, just about the only thing that hasn't leaked out about the Pixel 3 has been the launch date for Google's next phone.
After some initial rumours and leaks, Google has now reportedly confirmed the launch date of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. Since the post was taken down, its origin can not be independently verified.
Folks at Android Police separately verified the existence of the Pixel 3 campaign on Famebit. In addition to the new Pixel phones, a smartwatch and possibly new wireless Pixel Buds are also expected to be unveiled.
The Google Pixel 3 also appears set to pack enough power to challenge a host of other flagships on the market.
Geekbench, a benchmarking platform used within the technology industry to analyse hardware performance, hands out numbered scores for both single-core and multi-core performance.