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Google Pixel 3 shows up on Chinese retailer's website for pre-order

Even before Google officially announces the Pixel 3 range and after teasing it on its online store, the rumored device has apparently been listed on the website of Chinese retailer JD.com with a price tag of 4,999 yuan, or approximately $729. However, this information must be taken with a grain of salt as Google has yet to confirm the handset's pricing details, not to mention that this one comes from a third-party listing.

The listing, though, does present a set of official-looking renders of the Pixel 3 range. More specifically, it shows what's supposed to be the first look at the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL in both black and white color variants in all their glory without being concealed by a phone case such as the ones revealed in a previous leak.

The supposed first real-world images of the Pixel 3 range surfaced late in August, showing off a familiar design. Google’s formal unveiling of the new device, however, is expected to take place on October 9 in New York after the search giant recently sent out invitations to a hardware launch event on that date.

Source: JD.com via Mashable

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