As far as Google Pixel 3 leaks, we already know a lot. Google call it leaks, but we call it stunts. I mean, does anybody believe that a series of “accidental” appearance of the new and upcoming Pixel phone is unintentional?
Today, Google announced that they would be officially unveiling the Google Pixel 3 phones this coming October 9. With their stunts of late, we think it would be best to call it “Google to officially leak their Pixel phones on October 9.”
What we know so far about Google Pixel 3
Well, if we are to base our information on the so-called leaked Pixel 3 phones, it will have these specs:
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 (hopefully the OC one)
- 4GB RAM (why not 8GB?)
- 12-megapixel rear camera (probably with improved features)
- Dual front cameras (featuring that hideous notch)
- Support for wireless charging (who cares)
That is about all the consistent information that we have been receiving from the tech community. And of course, with the huge bump or epic notch, most of us are terrified about the fate of this upcoming Pixel 3 phones. But let’s just cross our fingers.
According to a YouTube tech channel FPT, Google asked their permission to use a clip of their previous videos. If you have been following these YouTube vloggers, you would know how they despise the look of the epic notch that is supposed to come along the new Google phone. If you are like us, we think it is hideous.
But going back to the fact that they are reaching out to a handful of YouTubers for their early clips about the Google Pixel leaks, we smell something is up with these shenanigans from the giant tech company. Something is cooking really dubious. And if you have enough IQs, you already know where we are getting at.
The Google Pixel Leaks Scam
Two things will likely go down this coming October 9th. One is that Google has trolled us all this time. And they were actually using a dummy phone to lead us to believe in the existence of the hideous notch to their Pixel 3 phone.
The second thing is the fact that they will admit their scam and congratulate us on our detective skills related to their so-called “leaks.” If that is the case, it is not a good joke. It leaves a bad taste in the mouth that Google thinks we are gullible enough to believe that it was unintentional.
What we think of Google Pixel 3
But we believe that there is more to this. We feel confident that the Google Pixel XL 3 leaks scam is just an act from Google to feed our curiosity and that the notch was just a dummy all along.
And we can’t blame them. We have been spoiled with early leaks before especially with Samsung and Apple that we feel like it’s some form of therapy to learn first-hand any upcoming news on the tech world.
I think Google trolled the most of us about that hideous notch. But that is just us. What about you? What do you think about this Google stunt? Do you think there was really that epic notch or do you think otherwise? Tell us in the comment section. We would love to know what you guys think.