A Google website could be giving away clues about the colors of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL

We know that Google will be announcing something new on October 9. The company hasn't formally announced what it will be, but clues point to the announcement of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. While we have seen a ton of leaks regarding the two devices, it looks like Google is starting its campaign to drum up interest, starting a teaser website for the smartphones. Now, it looks like a new Google-hosted website has been discovered, which could give clues about its colors.

By navigating the website, you'll be greeted by a fairly plain interface, showing off the silhouette of a phone, with a G logo on the bottom. By clicking the G, you'll be able to cycle through three colors: black, white, and seafoam green. Although there isn't any clear indication, many are speculating that this could be a clue about the colors the phone will come in. If you want to see for yourself, you can check it out in the source link.

Google has a history when it comes to the colors it offers on its phones. It usually has two standard colors and one that has a bit more flair. It will be interesting to see what the firm unveils in a few weeks.

Source: Google via The Verge

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