Google Pixel 3 is highly anticipated and may be one of the most popular smartphones of the year.
The hardware is expected to be unveiled at an event scheduled by Google on 9 October.
A showcase takes place in New York City and Paris while safely lifting the lid on the new device.
It is currently unclear why Google has chosen to put on two events instead of one.
Google Pixel 3 is rumored to be a 5.5-inch device that will display a 1080p screen while Pixel 3 XL has predicted to boast an OLED panel over 6 inches.
Both are expected to be preinstalled with Android 9 Pie which provides a number of upgrades in their own right.
Although it's only a few weeks away, both Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL seem to be bothered by a severe leak.
Pictures of alleged entities of the couple have been cut online, but Pixel 3 XL, in particular, seems to be the hardest in this regard.
A required version of the device was shown with a full screen design with a notch.
Two front-facing cameras were also displayed while a signature-to-tone design was shown on the backside with a circular fingerprint sensor.
The Product has packed a single camera sensor on the back, which indicates that Google may decide to provide a dual or triple system setup that competing flagship has adopted.
Prior to the planned hardware event, Google has created a teaser page for the upcoming device that will make sure the fans are excited about being excited.
The page is displayed at the technical firm's store and is rubbed with the number "3" on a white canvas.
But now another site has been discovered that seems to have an overview of Pixel 3, first discovered by the YouTube creator Jon Prosser .
Most of the hardware colors are omitted.
The page contains the words "coming soon" and a 3D rendering of a phone that may be mo depending on the location of the user's cursor.
If the Google logo is printed on the image, the colors on the site will change, and strongly indicate what finished Pixel 3 comes in.
Black, white and mint green pallet is shown.
With Google's hardware announcement just a few weeks away, it will not last long before such speculation is confirmed.
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