If it feels like the Pixel 3 has been leaking for ages, you wouldn’t be wrong. Pixel 3 is Google’s next flagship, set to be official on October 9. At this point, though, we literally know everything about the device. Google just can’t stop the leaks for this thing, and it’s kind of ridiculous. Don’t get me wrong, I love leaks — but this seems like a planned marketing strategy to create hype around the device.
Either way, the new set of leaks aren’t any different from the previous leaks. This time, MySmartPrice has leaked a new help video for the Pixel 3 where Google shows off some of the features of the device, mostly to help new users:
The video itself doesn’t show off any new hardware features of the device, most of which have been leaked over the past few weeks. It does, however, show off the software of the Pixel 3 in great detail, and even though it’s almost identical to the Android Pie experience, we do get a closer look at the new camera UI. 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 video guide above is also all found on the Pixel Tips app, which is a new built-in app accessible through settings on the Pixel that will help users get to know more about all the features of their device. It’s mostly meant for people who are novice and aren’t into tech, which I guess is going to be useful as Google is trying to attract iPhone users away from Apple here.
Google’s Pixel 3 is set to arrive on October 9, make sure to keep an eye out, in case there’s something we already don’t know.