The Google Pixel 3 probably won’t arrive until Q3 2018, but a third-party designer decided to share its vision for the device, hence the Google Pixel 3 concept we’ll talk about in this article. If you take a look at the embedded video down below, you’ll be able to see the device in question, This handset, as you can see, has two front-facing speakers, just like the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, and along with that, the device comes with really thin bezels, even though those bezels are still not on Galaxy S8’s level, which is fine considering that this phone comes with two front-facing speakers, as already mentioned.
All the physical buttons are located on the right-hand side of this concept smartphone, and its power / lock key sports a different texture to it than the volume up and down buttons, which makes it really easy to spot with your finger, and more importantly, differentiate than the volume up and down keys. The back side of the device actually resembles the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL quite a bit. The main portion of the phone’s back is covered by metal, but the very top has a glass panel applied on it, and that’s where the phone’s single camera and an LED flash are placed. The designer envisioned a single camera on this phone, not a dual camera setup, which makes sense as the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are regarded to be amongst the best camera smartphones out there, and both of them sport a single camera on the back. Google’s logo is included on the back of the device, and the back side of this phone seems to be curved a bit, which should help with the grip.
In this short video, the designer showed off a number of color variants of the device, including the all-red model, the black + red model, and so on. A fingerprint scanner lies on the back of this concept smartphone, even though the real handset may end up sporting an in-display fingerprint scanner. Now, this imaginary phone is fueled by the Snapdragon-branded SoC, presumably the Snapdragon 845, while it sports 6GB of LPDDR4 RAM and 64GB of native storage. It is still too early to talk about what will the real Pixel 3 look like, and even though this concept smartphone does not look unrealistic, it’s hard to believe that it will resemble the real deal all that much, but who knows.