Official Google Pixel 3 marketing materials leak, focusing on nifty tricks

A batch of official marketing images and even a video about the Google Pixel 3 just leaked. The materials focus on the different unique features that come with the Google Pixel 3, as well as simple Android 9 Pie features. Although we have seen a lot of leaks of the Google Pixel 3, this is our first “official” look at the device. As you no doubt have noticed by now, we’ve seen a lot of leaks surrounding the Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL. At this point, we know pretty much everything there is to know. However, all the leaks we’ve seen so far have been unofficial, meaning they originated from somewhere other than Google itself. Today, we get our first look at the Google Pixel 3 in official marketing materials obtained by MySmartPrice. There are no surprises here, with the images and video of the Google Pixel 3 looking exactly like we expected from all the other leaks. But the marketing materials give us a good idea of what Google will be pushing to promote these new smartphones. Editor's PickGoogle Pixel 3: All the rumors and leaks in one place (Updated September 25) In this post, which will be updated regularly, we'll be looking at the latest rumors surrounding the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. Update, September 25, 2018 (10:56AM EST): We've got some new renders of the … Judging from the leaked media, Google will focus on all the nifty tricks one can perform with the Google Pixel 3, such as the squeezable sides, double-tap-to-wake, the always-on-display, the automatic music match, etc. It will also focus on things that are not unique to the Pixel line, but instead unique to Android 9 Pie (which will obviously ship with the Google Pixel 3). Check out the leaked marketing video and images below: Leaked marketing material for the Google Pixel 3. A lot of the features shown off in the media above are unique to Android, but not exactly unique to the Pixel. It could be that Google is positioning its marketing strategy as less “Look at all the things you can do with the Pixel” to be more “Look at all the things you can do on Android that you can’t do on the iPhone.” It certainly isn’t the worst strategy, but it’s well-worn territory. The Google Pixel 3 launches on October 9, so we’ll get a much better idea of how Google intends to promote the Pixel line then. In the meantime, what do you think? Let us know in the comments! NEXT: How to install the Google Pixel 3 live wallpapers on your phone

date: Thu, 27 Sep 2018 14:34:36 +0000