The ad specifically says that, "The Pixel 3 phone is launching October 4th, 2018".
According to the report, Google posted a call on Famebit, an influencer marketing platform which was acquired by Google in 2016. The campaign was aimed to receive participation from Canadian content creators who are not using any Google Pixel handsets but are willing to switch to the Pixel 3.
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Italian media said a truck carrying cars collided on a bridge with another tanker truck containing explosive materials. A truck has exploded in a huge fireball on a motorway near Bologna , northern Italy , following a traffic accident.
Apple pulls Infowars podcasts from iTunes
The theories he has promoted include that the September 11, 2001 attacks on NY and Washington were staged by the USA government. The move by Facebook is the latest crackdown on Jones, who has recently had content removed from other platforms.
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Even though this sounds hard you won't have a ton of trouble if you play in duos, squads, or any of the limited time modes. Another good place to grab chests is the core building because a chest will nearly always spawn in the room on the roof.
Should this marketing post turn out to be true, it also gives us some information on how Google intends to market the Pixel 3.
In any case, the Pixel 3 will probably be available to buy one or two weeks after the announcement.
What are you hoping for in the Pixel 3? Interestingly enough, the first-gen Pixel phones, and the second-gen Pixel devices all launched on October 4, so this is not exactly surprising.
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.
There is no shortage of delicious treats and elaborate desserts starting with the letter P, but after going down the commercial brand route previous year with Oreo, and snubbing fan favorite Nutella to choose the less liked Nougat back in 2016, Google has chose to keep things simple (and vague) for the all-new Android 9 Pie version.