The forthcoming new inclusions to the Google Pixel portfolio—Google Pixel 3 XL and Google Pixel 3—are planned to roll out this month. Leaks of details and other specifications about soon-to-be-rolled-out new handsets by Google are lately doing the rounds. And the newest headline is that their cases have been spotted online.
Carrying on with the trend of leaks, the cases of Google Pixel 3 XL and Google Pixel 3 have been discovered listed on spigen.com. The cases shown are in a combination of different colors. At the back can be seen cutouts for a rear camera along with a fingerprint scanner and an LED flash. The different cases on display have a price tag in the range of $14.99–44.99. For instance, while Slim Fit Google Pixel 3 Case can be seen having a price label of $14.99; the Slim Armor Crystal Google Pixel 3 XL Case is having a price label of $44.99. Most of the cases are not available for instant sale and are shown below the “Coming Soon” tag.
Speaking of Google handsets, a few consumers earlier reported that they are encountering a problem while attempting to employ the camera application on both current generation of Pixel handsets. Consumers are not able to employ the camera application as it keeps crashing while attempting to take a pic.
A Twitter consumer named @CiarasRamblings had defined her issue, and Google answered to it by recommending a couple of quick fix such a clearing cache of the camera app. When this did not fix the problem, Google claimed, “Understood. We are aware of this problem and are seeing into the matter.” And as a provisionally fix requested her to put the handset in airplane mode and then attempt to take a pic one more time.