Today’s leak reveals the 5.5-inch display will have a resolution of 2160×1080 and 2:1 aspect ratio. The battery capacity is said to be 2,915mAh. According to screenshots that came from the phone, the two front-facing cameras are each 8-megapixel sensors. One has an aperture of f/1.8, the other f/2.2; it is believed that Google is taking this two-camera approach to allow for wide-angle shots — and maybe a more secure face authentication feature, but there is still no hard evidence of that. Somewhat interesting is that the dock at the bottom has seven apps in it, though we could just be looking at a third-party launcher. And yes, it definitely seems that the Pixel is moving to gesture navigation.
Google is expected to hold the Pixel 3 launch event on October 9th in New York City. Aside from Google’s own Project Fi, Verizon will reportedly remain the exclusive US carrier of both phones.