Google is set to launch its new set of smartphones on Tuesday at an event in New York City. To walk toe-to-toe with other major flagships of 2018 (excluding the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Note9), the Pixel 3 and 3 XL will feature notched displays. We've got a pair of Pixel USB-C earphones, a couple of dongles, including USB-C-to-3.5m and USB-C-to-USB-A, as well as a USB-C charging cable. It is a Google Home with a screen. And that's how much you'd have to pay for the Pixel 3 XL in Hong Kong right now.
Likewise, the next-generation Pixel handset has the same dual-tone case design and circular rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.
It will be offered in dark blue colour and features a touchscreen with a possible aspect ratio of 3:2.
Pixel 3 is likely to use an octa-core Qualcomm chipset, an Ardreno 630 GPU, and have 4GB of RAM. The Pixel 3 is rumoured to include a 3,915mAh battery, while the Pixel 3 XL could have a 3,430mAh battery.
It appears the reports of the death of tablets are greatly exaggerated, considering Google is about to unveil a seemingly strong competitor to this particular market.
A list of specs shows that the device will have a "full-range speaker for crystal clear sound" and 'far-field voice recognition'.
Alongside the video, Google tweeted: "So you think you know..."
The firm has previously put its Google Assistant in smart displays from other providers, such as Lenovo. Quite recently, Google announced an entire line of hardware products, including the Google Home Mini and Max, Pixelbook, Pixel Buds, and Clips.
Some have suggested it could release wireless Pixelbuds this time around.