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Google Pixel 3 color options can contain black, white, and "mint"



With the Apple iPhone Xs out, attention is drawn to what Google may reveal at the hardware event on October 9th.

A number of leaks have been proven to confirm the upcoming arrival of Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones that go hand-and-toe with Apple and Samsung.

Google now seems to let go of the colors we can expect for the new phone.

A teaser website for the new phone was picked up by tech site Droid Life. It showed an overview of the new phone with the G logo at the bottom.

Do you want a mint-colored smartphone? (Image: Google)

When you click on the image, it rotates through three different colors: black, white and "mint" – a very light green.

Last year's Pixel 2 was sold in black, white or blue – so it appears that the company will stick to a three-color approach this year.

The site also color the top of the phone to represent the two-tone look we've been used to in the Pixel line. And remember, we expect a glass back this time that will contain wireless charging, writes Droid Life.

Google's Official Invitation to a Hardware Event in New York October 9th (Image: Google)

Apple has taken a similar approach by making iPhone Xs available only in three colors. Although the announced iPhone Xr comes in a choice of six colors.

Previous leaks have suggested that Google will pull out all the stops with this latest smartphone.

It will boast top-level specs, the latest version of Android pre-installed, and Google will throw a pair of headphones in the box as well.

Pixel 2 XL had this fetch black and white color scheme (Picture: Google)

The phone comes in two sizes: a regular 5.5-inch Pixel 3 and then the larger Pixel 3 XL that has a massive 6.71 inch screen with a notch at the top.

We do not yet know what the pricing of these phones will be, but Google has repeatedly confirmed that it sees these phones as premium bits of kit. So they are not likely to be cheap.

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