Google announces Android 9 Pie, now available for Pixel devices

Google Pixel 2 with logo

Another Google Pixel 3 leak suggests the phone will launch with super-powered specs

The PPR1.180610.011 builds for Pixel 2 and 2 XL are specific to Telstra users.

And gadget fans have just been given their first idea of when to expect the new Google flagship.

Unfortunately, the Pixel 3 XL scored lower on the benchmark than other devices with the 845, though this is likely to change between the production test unit and the final version of the device, so there's no need to fear just yet.

Now, for those of you who do not know what Famebit is, it's a website which works to connect advertising agencies and marketers with content creators to coordinate promotional materials. However given the past two Pixel launches were for the 4th of October, it stands to believe that Google might want to keep to those dates. Such a listing exists for the Pixel 3, looking for Canadian creators.

On that date there will be a flood of YouTube videos detailing peoples experiences of switching from a non-Pixel phone to a Pixel 3.

The ad specifically says that, "The Pixel 3 phone is launching October 4th, 2018".

Internet gadget fiends have been pretty confident that the Pixel 3 will arrive in the autumn, with famed leaker Evan Blass suggesting as much back in May.

"Android 9 Pie" is now finished and will start rolling out to Google's Pixel phones. It is said that the company has confirmed to YouTube influencers in Canada that the new Pixel family will debut on October 4.

There is no shortage of delicious treats and elaborate desserts starting with the letter P, but after going down the commercial brand route past year with Oreo, and snubbing fan favorite Nutella to choose the less liked Nougat back in 2016, Google has made a decision to keep things simple (and vague) for the all-new Android 9 Pie version.

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