Earlier this month, a YouTuber purportedly claimed that the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL leaks were masterminded by Google. Now another YouTube content creator has published a video of his argument regarding the same scandal and as it happens, we are quite confused, thrilled, optimistic and a bit annoyed too.
Could it be real that Google is genuinely bluffing us to spark off more spotlight on the Google Pixel 3 XL and ensuring that the new iPhone XS launching next week don’t muffled its popularity? It is utterly possible, as host of FPT asserted his recently uploaded video clip. It indicated that the Mountain View tech company has reached out the YouTube channel to use their video clips related to the impending Pixel 3 XL, particularly a portion of his work where he is seen ferociously bashing the handset’s rumored notched design.
Moreover, FPT added that the search giant, specifically the hardware team, approached not only him but a handful of other Youtubers too, asking for their video where they are bashing the device’s polarizing design.
FPT further explain on its entry that these videos could be used as marketing materials or for a Google launch event on October 19. Which is where the machinations becomes thicker. Forget the Apple event right now, did Google really deceive the Android fans by fabricating the Pixel 3 leaks?
It’s completely obvious that these Pixel 3 XL leaks have been dividing for the Android fanbase, and have generated a lot of interest in the phone. It also bringing up space for speculations that if ever these leaks are indeed fake, what does the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL actually look like?
The Pixel 3 and Pixel XL are expected to be the first smartphones to get the stable version of Android Pie 9.0 mobile operating system.
Despite the fake leaks, Google apparently could end up announcing a fully different Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL at the October 9 event in New York City.