As we all know, Google, made some big moves in the smartphone market lately. Google Pixel and Pixel XL made mountain view to finally start launching devices under their own branding, departed from the Nexus lineup’s tradition of sharing the spotlight with OEMs.

With the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL having one of the best rear cameras available in the market today, their progress with the Pixel series has been amazing, purely due to their software prowess. Some of the first leaks are out now, that we can see for Google’s alleged Pixel 3 lineup.

Latest Google Pixel 3 Leak In Android P Beta Shows A Display Without A Notch

A few days ago, Google’s Android P Beta unveiled some interesting details about the Pixel lineup for 2018. Tentatively referred to as the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. Google normally uses generational betas in order to test upcoming Pixel launches, as both the Pixel and Pixel 2 lineups confirmed this phenomenon. It seems like Google is back at it again.

Some recent discoveries in the Android P Beta suggested that the Google’s Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL might also be featuring a display cutout. An investigation revealed that Android P includes support for display cutouts which led to the assumption that Google’s Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 Xl might also feature a display cutout. However, this leak is in contrast to the speculation above.


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Few images directly from Android P suggest that Google will not embrace a notch for their Pixel 3 lineup. You might be thinking that the images above may represent a generic design for demonstration purposes but, that might not be the case. These images are the only ones that carry this particular, notch-less design. As this alone is not enough to authenticate the credibility but, it sure helps.

Currently, we have very few details about the Pixel 3 lineup except for some speculation about the display notch. If this leak turns out to be authentic, then Google will not choose to use a display cutout on its 2018 smartphone lineup. Although, such a decision could possibly leave the company with some interesting design problems. Such as one where they will have to choose between either bezels or a notch.

Stay tuned for more!