Google Pixel 2, launched last year, came with a traditional 16:9 aspect ratio. The Pixel 2 XL, on the other hand, had an 18:9 aspect ratio. Both of them had thick bezels around the screen, making the Pixel 2 duo not a good option for users interested in good-looking smartphones. It’s being reported that the next duo from Google, both Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL might come with an 18:9 display.
It can be seen in a recently released video by the Concept Creators that Pixel 3 is going to boast a full-screen display with super slim bezels. It’s also seen that the two-tone design on the back panel of the predecessor models of the Google Pixel 3 will be continued. The phone will be available in color variations like white, black, blue and red. The back panel seems to be made mostly out of metal, except for the portion containing the camera, which seems to be made of glass. The front side of the phone also contains a pair of speakers.
The concept video claims the phone to be coming with 64 GB internal storage & 6 GB RAM. It will most probably be powered by the Snapdragon 845 chipset. There won’t be dual rear cameras on the Pixel 3 but it might be present in Pixel 3 XL. On the rear side of the device, there is a large-sized camera sensor accompanied by a fingerprint scanner. The physical buttons can be found on the right edge of the phone. Different texture and colors are chosen for the power and lock keys to makes them easy to spot.