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Mock-ups of what the Google Pixel 3 notch could look like

Mock-ups of what the Google Pixel 3 notch could look like

The leaked images have been uploaded to Imgur and linked to Reddit.

The source hasn't yet said whether the phone might have wireless charging, one of the flagship features we expect Google to add to these phones, and which the leaked Pixel 3 XL seemed to have.

According to a report, Google is working on a mid-range Pixel smartphones aimed mainly at India and emerging markets.

The phone doesn't appear to be running the stock Pixel launcher in the above screenshot, though does have the Pixel gesture "Pill" in the screenshots taken of the specs. 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.

With that in mind, we now have FCC listings for two Google-branded devices that are nearly certainly the Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL. These photos suggest that the alleged Pixel 3 will come with a 5.5-inch display, but without the notch that is expected in the Pixel 3 XL. Meanwhile, Google's "G" moniker and a fingerprint scanner are present at the back.

Screenshots confirm the belief of two front facing 8MP cameras, the first of which may have a variable aperture from f/1.8 to f/2.2. Google has chose to go with 2,915 mAh battery which is not too big but should manage to run for a day.

While it's a touch hard to make out, the image of the phone's face also appears to be sporting two front-facing cameras.

The Google Pixel 3 range is expected to launch on October 9, a little later than Google's usual October 4 unveiling.

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