Google will likely release its 2018 flagship smartphones, the Pixel 3 series, sometime this coming October. While the devices’ release is still more than a month away, Google appears to be having a serious problem preventing its Pixel 3 prototypes from falling into the hands of leakers or the general public.
Just last week, images of the smaller Google Pixel 3 emerged online, showing the notchless device in its full glory. Even before that, another Google Pixel 3 prototype was literally unboxed and tested in the wild. This time around, the Pixel 3 XL was left in what could very well be the most ridiculous location yet — at the back of a Lyft. That’s right. Someone from Google, who was issued a prototype unit ahead of the device’s launch ended up literally dropping the phone in a ride-hailing service’s vehicle.