Google will launch the third generation of the Pixel series this fall, and the first reliable rumor is well ahead when we expect Google to unveil its new Pixel 3 smartphones. However, there is no word on whether the Pixel 3 phones will come with a notch like the iPhone X. Copying the iPhone X design is a major design trend among Android providers this year, and Google Android P will support Notches. In addition, Google has just revealed that Android P will bring iPhone X-like gestures to all Android phones.
It is likely that Pixel 3 models will have all-screen designs. Finally, Google said that it killed the 3.5mm headphone jack last year, but it will be a while before we know a true Pixel 3 image leak for sure.
Evan Blass has just posted details about Google Pixel's 3 event event on Twitter. Google will be launching a number of pixel-brand hardware devices during the event, including Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, second generation Pixel Buds headphones, and even a Pixel Clock.
Although it looks like Google has given up on smartwatches, the company has recently renamed Android Wear to Wear OS, which shows it's still far from being successful is to find alternatives to the popular Apple Watch. With Google's massive interest in producing its own hardware, developing its own smartwatch is the next logical step to replicate Apple's hardware efforts.
Google usually holds its pixel events in early October a few weeks later. In other words, there's plenty of time for all the details of Pixel 3 and Pixel Watch, which are now expiring after Blass has opened the locks.