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Here's our first look at the Google Pixel 3 in pink (or maybe 'Sand')

At least Google isn't calling it Rose Gold. At least, we hope not.

Published onOctober 4, 2018

A closeup of the notch on a leaked Google Pixel 3 XL.
  • New images leaked today that allegedly show a Google Pixel 3 in a pink color.
  • It’s possible that the pink color will be branded as “Sand” when the Google Pixel 3 gets released.
  • There’s also allegedly a green or “Mint” color on the way, although there’s no photographic evidence of that yet.

The launch of the Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL is only a few days away at this point, so we can expect a lot of leaks to pop up from now until October 9 (even more than we’ve already seen).

Today, we’re getting our first look at what is allegedly one of the new color options which Google will offer for the Pixel 3 line: pink.

Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL officially announced: Camera improvements galore
Pixel 3 XL hands on

The leaked images come via Android Headlines.

While it’s very clear that the phone has a pale pink hue to it, it’s unclear if the phone will be sold as “pink” or if this is the supposed “Sand” color we’ve heard about previously. If it’s not, then that means there are even more colors of the Google Pixel 3 than we currently anticipate.

Either way, here is what the pink-colored Google Pixel 3 will probably look like:

Leaked images of the Google Pixel 3 pink color option.

According to Android Headlines, the image above comes from a trusted source with access to Google Pixel 3 information.

The same source also supplied images of the Google Pixel 3 in both black and white. However, this is nothing new and looks just as we expect:

Leaked images of the Google Pixel 3 black color option.
Leaked images of the Google Pixel 3 white color option.

Supposedly, there might even be another color option that will be green, possibly branded as “Mint.” This seems plausible, especially when you consider that Google just launched a new color option for its Google Home Mini line called Aqua which certainly has a greenish tone to it.

What do you think? Is this pink color legitimate? Do you think it will be a successful option? Let us know your opinion in the comments!

NEXT: Pixel 3, OnePlus 6T, and more – Every phone launching in October 2018

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