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Apple supplier Foxconn to reportedly manufacture next Google Pixel 3 flagships

01 Juin 2018

Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL smartphones are expected to launch sometime in October, but leaks have already began to pick up pace. The Pixel 3 XL would have an nearly "edge-to-edge screen" with a narrow space at the end. The Pixel 3 XL will also feature a almost edge-to-edge display with minimal bezels, except at the bottom.

One of the biggest letdowns with the Pixel 2 devices was the lacklustre design.

Do you use Google on your phone is perhaps the most obvious question to ask when you very well know the expected answer. At the back, both the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL will house a single camera setup, with an upgraded configuration compared to previous year. "The display also will have a notch-or a cutout-at the top". Google is now working on the Pixel 3 devices internally, post which the mass production of the smartphones will commence. Previously, Google has partnered with LG, HTC for Pixel line-up, but for the first time, Google is said to be working with Foxconn as a manufacturer which is the same manufacturer that assembles iPhones.

As for the phones themselves, Bloomberg says not to expect much, as the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL will most likely be similar to their predecessors, but with an upgraded rear camera. The Pixel range is also known for superb camera capabilities, something that applied to the Pixel 2 range as well.

The first, allocated towards the smaller Pixel 3 device, shows that the smartphone will sport a traditional design, thinning its bezels at the side of the handset while retaining a complete top bar. Google so far teamed up with various OEMs to make its Nexus and Pixel devices.

Last September, on the eve of the Pixel 2 launch, Google announced that it would acquire about 2,000 employees from the struggling handset maker HTC. Are you interested in the Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL?

Android P is only available in beta mode for now, with eligible devices including the Google Pixel, as well as some Sony, Xiaomi, Nokia, Oppo and Vivo phones.

The upcoming Android release has baked-in support for notched displays, with the ability to adjust layout automatically according to which sections of the screen are non-functional.

Apple supplier Foxconn to reportedly manufacture next Google Pixel 3 flagships