As previous leaks confirmed, Google is introducing a new UI for the camera app on the Pixel 3, and the video above gives us a much closer look at the refined interface for the camera. The launch event is scheduled to take place in NY but Google is also planning additional events in London, Paris and few other markets as Pixel brand gains consumer attention. The phone will have a camera bump as well.
It is worth pointing out that OnePlus will accept entries only in English, and you'll be required to share your unboxing impressions and an in-depth review with the OnePlus community after receiving the OnePlus 6T unit.
This video is the newest in a shockingly dense line of leaks for the Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL. There's very little to talk about that we haven't seen before, but these new photos do show a few interesting things.
Google Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL will sport dual front cameras as well as a chin at the bottom. Instead, it's nearly as if we're seeing what's already possible on a Pixel 2 XL, but here on a Pixel 3.
Leaked Google Pixel 3 video shows possible features in action
MySmartPrice recently posted images of an alleged "Pixel Stand wireless charger" that is set to debut alongside the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL.
The video is two minutes long and walks through the basics of the Pixel 3, like swiping up on the home button to access the app switcher and app drawer. Google also shows how they've retained gestures from the glory days of the original Moto X, with flipping the phone twice to activate a camera feature. That is a large display, even bigger than the one on the iPhone Xs Max.
OnePlus 6T is said to come with dual-camera on the back, a good selfie shooter with wide angle Field Of View (FOV) on the front.
The phone will have a single rear camera, most likely of 12MP resolution, but should be much better than the Pixel 2 XL. Every other day somebody gets their hands on a phone, or buys one on the black market, or uploads a video with it on the internet. This stand will also bring a new UI to the phone, making it easier to be used when docked.