This Google Pixel 3 Concept Sports Razor-Thin Bezels: Video

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Google will probably not introduce its Pixel 3 flagship(s) before Q4 this year, but a concept design of the device has just surfaced online. This handset was designed by the team over at DBS DESIGNING, which is a YouTube channel. Now, this handset looks considerably different than the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL handsets, and chances are that the Pixel 3 will sport a completely different design, but that was to be expected, as this is just a third-party concept design, and not a leak or anything of the sort.

Now, as you can see, this handset sports a dual camera setup on the back, and those two cameras are horizontally-aligned. Google’s branding is present on the bottom of the device’s back, and all the physical keys are included on the right-hand side of the device. The power / lock key is placed above the volume up and volume down buttons, while it is also red-colored. The device has two front-facing speakers, just like its predecessors, and the bezels here are razor-thin, while the phone’s display sports rounded corners. DBS Designing usually lists some specs along with their concept smartphones designs, and the same happened in this case as well. The source envisioned a QHD+ display for this smartphone, along with an in-display fingerprint scanner, which explains why a fingerprint scanner is not visible on the device. Android P is also mentioned, and so is wireless charging. The company also mentioned that this imaginary device has 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of native storage.

If you’d like to take a closer look at the phone, check out the embedded video down below. As already mentioned, the Google Pixel 3 probably won’t launch before Q4 this year, and chances are we’ll get two Pixel 3 devices this year, the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. We did not see a single leak when it comes to either of these devices, and the same goes for rumors, but the two phones will probably ship with the Snapdragon 845 64-bit octa-core SoC, and Android P out of the box, at least that’s what’s expected to happen. Rumors and leaks are expected to start coming in soon, so stay tuned for that.