Google Pixel 3 Concept Reveals Full Screen Design with Very Slim Bezels, Dual Front Speakers

by Anvinraj Valiyathara 6

Last year, the Google Pixel 2 was launched with a traditional aspect ratio of 16:9 whereas the Pixel 2 XL had arrived with 18:9 aspect ratio. These phones have thick bezels around the screen. Hence, the Pixel 2 duo may not be the best-looking smartphones available in the market. It is too early to talk on the specifications and design of the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. However, it can be speculated that Google may launch both the smartphones with 18:9 display. Concept Creators have released concept renders of the Pixel 3. The embedded video in this post shows that the Pixel 3 will be coming with a full screen design and super slim bezels.

The Pixel 3 concept renders show that it will continue to sport two-tone design on its back panel like the predecessor models. The smartphone can be seen in multiple color combinations of white, black, blue and red. The major portion of the back panel seems to be made out of metal and the portion housing the camera appears to be made out of glass. The frontside of the phone features an elongated display that is surrounded by thin bezels. A pair of speakers can be seen on the frontside of the device.

Google Pixel 3 Concept 1

The concept video states that the smartphone will be packed with 6 GB of RAM and it will be featuring an internal storage of 64 GB. The phone is driven by a Snapdragon chipset, probably the Snapdragon 845. The designer speculates that Google will not be introducing dual rear cameras on the Pixel 3. There is a possibility that the dual camera setup will be exclusively available on the Pixel 3 XL.

The rear side of the phone has a large-sized camera sensor and a fingerprint scanner. The physical buttons are placed on the right edge of the phone. The Power/lock key sports a different texture and color which makes it easy to spot it.

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What’s your opinion on the Google Pixel 3 concept renders by Concept Creators? Do you think that the Pixel 3 that will launch later this year resemble with these renders? Let us know your thoughts by adding your comments below.