The Google Pixel 3 is expected to launch later this year, but we’re getting our first mention of the device today.
The Pixel 3 has appeared in the Android Open Source Project (AOSP). There aren’t any images or specs or anything like that, but there is a mention of the device that appears to be the first reference to the Pixel 3.
In a commit spotted by XDA Developers that’s titled “Cherrypick ‘Add device config to decide which Auto Selection Network UI to use’,” the upcoming Pixel 3 is called out by name. Here’s the paragraph of text included in the commit:
While it’s not much, it is exciting to see Google mention the Pixel 3 by name. There aren’t many details on the device available right now, but Google has announced the previous two generations of Pixel phones in early October, so we may see the Pixel 3 make its debut in October of this year.
What do you want to see from a Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL?