It's a big day for leaks. The first real photos of the new iPhone XS models have just leaked, and now we have our first look at Google Pixel 3 in the meat. Although Pixel 3 XL has been leaked thoroughly, thanks to a transmission of phones that apparently falls from a truck, we have not seen any real pictures of Pixel 3 until now.
The pictures come from Reddit, which means we have the usual secrets that this can easily be fake, Photoshopped, or a Google employee who works hard to trick us. There is an extensive leakage, since in addition to showing exterior and physical design, it also gives us a good look at the claimed internals.
The physical design is exactly what we have been expecting: a glass top third of the back, matt material down and a fingerprint sensor on the backside. As we will see from Google, Pixel 3 is also only sporty with a single camera lens on the top right of the phone, which moves it well away from the fingerprint sensor.
Around the front there is no infamous hack; Instead, Google carries top and bottom on the edge and a rounded corner screen. According to the specification page, the screen has a 5.5-inch display with a ratio of 2: 1
Inside, Candy Images show specifications of a Snapdragon 845 processor with 4GB of RAM. The memory is a bit on the low side of a flagship Android smartphone, but Snapdragon 845 will make it run Android 9 (which is a lock) very smoothly.
Perhaps the most interesting details of the leak are that tipster claims that the device is "part of a test program through a different carrier than Verizon, so I expect exclusion to end this year." Previously, Google Pixel phones have only been available through Google or Verizon.
Full images are available at Imgur here.