At this point, nearly everything about Google's next devices has been revealed so there isn't really any new information to share. Regardless, we should find out everything there is to know about the Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL and any accessories at the October 9th event.
Screenshots of the JD.com listing were procured by WCCFTech, and have since been replaced with a removal message on the Chinese e-tailer's website. Listed way ahead of launch, and subsequent availability, the Google Pixel 3 is seen to sport a price tag of CNY 4,999 or about Rs. 52,800, which might just be a placeholder price tag and not actually indicative of the launch price. The reason for this is because Google does not sell its Pixel lineup on the Chinese market. And while Google is reportedly working on a hub with a screen and smart assistant built in - similar to the one offered by Amazon at its event yesterday - the device still seems to offer unneeded expense when you can, presumably, do the same thing with your smartphone. In the images, we can see a dual selfie camera and a better view of the Pixel 3 XL's notch which has been ridiculed online.
In the screenshot, the Pixel 3 is seen in Black and White colour options, however it is expected to arrive in two other colour variants as well - Blue and a shade of Mint Green/ Aqua.
These leaked renders also coincide with the leaks that we have been seeing in the past few months. There is a circular fingerprint sensor and a Google logo on the back.