The Google Pixel 2 line-up was announced back in October 2017 in three color variants: Black, White, and Blue. This year, the number of color variants of the new series composed of Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL will be the same. There will be Black and White variants, but the third color will be a more original Mint hue. This is what just appeared on a new “Coming soon” website hosted by the Mountain View giant. If you visit it, you will see the outline of the upcoming handsets with the Google logo.
If you click the logo, you can switch between three color variants. Inside the outline of the phone in the White and Mint color variants, there is another green contour which makes us think White and Mint Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL will have green physical buttons. Instead, the Black variant has a gray line which should stand for gray buttons at the sides. Big G already confirmed that its upcoming flagships will be unveiled on October 9th in an event held in New York, just the day before Razer Phone 2 will be official. From what the latest leaks and even the new website suggest, the backplate will still be composed of two pieces with different colors.
The original Google Pixel 3 is expected to come with an 18:9 display sporting a size of 5.4 inches and a Full HD+ resolution, without notch. On the other hand, the XL variant will have an almost rectangular notch as well as a tri-borderless design and a chin containing a front speaker. Both will sport OLED displays, but Pixel 3 XL will offer a bigger size of 6.71 inches and a Quad HD+ resolution of 2960 x 1440 pixels. Each of them will have a dual camera on the front, while only the XL variant will have a dual setup on the back.