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Google Pixel 3 preorder price revealed by Hong Kong e-commerce store

We now have an idea how much the base model of Google Pixel 3 will cost.

Ronald Delos Santos



Google Pixel 3 XL Release- Pixel 3 price revealed by Hong Kong e-commerce site

Google already confirmed the launch date of Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL which will take play in New York City and Paris on October 9. With just a few weeks before the official event of Google’s third-generation flagship smartphones, the Pixel 3 has appeared on the Chinese e-commerce website JD.

The Pixel 3 was listed available on the online store way ahead of the official public debut with price tag of CNY 4,999 which translates to $729.99 USD. There’s a speculation that it might just be a placeholder listing for the phone and its listed price tag is not actually the official launch price.

The guys at WCCFTech managed to grab a screenshots of the Pixel 3‘s placeholder listing on JD before the descriptions and price tag was removed. Sure, Google does not sell its Pixel in the China given the fact its services have long since banned in the country.
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However, the listing of the Pixel 3 is found on the Hong Kong site of the e-commerce website ( and not on Hong Kong has its own laws, and Google and its services aren’t banned in the country. In fact, has also been selling the Pixel 2 and 2 XL for sometime now.

Going back to the Pixel 3, looking to the image above the smartphone is pictured in Black and White color option, however it is rumored to ship with two more colorways — Blue and Mint Green — as well. The Pixel 3 listing on also shows renders of what is purportedly the larger Pixel 3 XL.

The renders posted on the JD listing also corroborate with the tons of leaks that we have seen in the past few months. Both the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are seen to equip with dual-lens selfie cameras and a single-lens main shooter. The Pixel 3 appeared to have a regular notch-less bezel on the top, while the Pixel 3 XL is suggested to ship with prominently notched display. The next-generation Pixels are indicated to be powered by Qualcomm chipset, and previous rumors suggested the phones to get the latest Snapdragon 845 SoC processor. Google has opted out the trend of incorporating in-display fingerprint sensor to the Pixel 3 devices. The Mountain View search giant sticks with the rear-mounted circular fingerprint scanner.