Google may have officially confirmed Pixel 3 colors, and there's a surprise

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This year, the search giant is expected to come with a new colour option to make Pixel 3 devices stand out from the crowd.

The colours are just the latest in a string of leaks about the Pixel 3. Today, Google started sharing teasers for the Pixel 3, confirming beyond a shadow of a doubt that it's going to be the main attraction. That would seem to be a pretty clear tease that Google is planning on launching at least the Pixel 3, and hopefully the Pixel 3 XL, in white, black, and a shade of green. Shortly after teasing the imminent arrival of Pixel 3 smartphones, scheduled to be unveiled on October 9 at an event in NY, a new teaser has confirmed the colour options for the upcoming flagships. One can scroll from left to right and back to tilt the phone sideways. The next image shows a Black top and a Dark Grey bottom, but it has no internal perimeter.

Among the gadgets that were supposedly influenced were Google Pixel, OnePlus 6, Essential Phone and Nokia 7+ gadgets running Android Pie or its beta, as indicated by Android Police.

Ultimately it probably just means that the Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL are on the way. The grey and green versions also have teal highlights.

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The outline of the forthcoming Pixel 3 team has been prodding discussions in the course of recent weeks.

But while the 3 is clearly a reference to the Google Pixel 3, could it be more than that? Google could also introduce a new mint colour option for Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL.

The live teaser page on Google Store carries the text as, "Stay tuned!"

Other features include a USB Type-C port, single SIM card slot, rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, stereo speakers, wireless charging support, and no headphone jack.

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