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In the weeks and months leading up to Google's big hardware event on Tuesday, there have seemingly been nonstop leaks about the upcoming products, especially Google's anticipated Pixel 3. We recently reported that Google has been asking YouTubers to send clips of them criticizing the notch. However, we are still unsure if the new dongle will have something new or it's just a repackaged version of last year's model. Based on the images, it seems like the new Pixel 3 XL will have a design similar to the Pixel 2 XL, apart from the fact that it adopts a notch, seen on the iPhone X. We will have to wait and see how many devices will be launched in the event this week.

Expect plenty of updates on the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL with faster processors, improved battery and better camera all likely.

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That rear camera is 12.2MP and the two front-facing ones are 8.1MP each, according to yet another Russian leak. But, if you start watching at exact 11 a.m. ET, you won't miss much besides music and few-ads. The feature, first introduced on the Google Pixel 2 and Google Pixel 2 XL, allows you to squeeze the frame of your phone to launch Google Assistant and silence alarms, incoming calls and notifications, among other functions. There are a lot of rumours that Chromecast might not have 4K resolution.

The phone was obtained by Engadet's Richard Lai, who made a detail hands-on video showing it off. There are rumours that the handset would come with higher storage variant with more RAM too.

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This makes one of the easiest ways to watch Google's event.

There are two sensors in the dual camera setup-one for normal selfies and the other for wide angle selfies. The phones will also ship with Android 9 Pie. The phone is reported to be powered by a Snapdragon 710 and could very well be the Pixel Mini, as Bonito which originates from both Spanish and Latin refers to a "small fish", which is a relative of the tuna variety. What about you? Let us know in the comments. Stick around with us to know more about Pixelbook.

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