No, Google won't be releasing a Pixel Watch this year

First real-life images of the no-notch Pixel 3 leaks online

So if both leaks are legit, we may just be getting small and XL options when it comes to the Pixel 3, which would be in line with what happened with last year's phones.

The listing also reveals some information about the Pixel 3's wireless charging prowess. There's also a more prominent option to explore what's new.

The first credible rumor of a Pixel Watch launching at Google's fall hardware event came from Evan Blass at VentureBeat. It still has a dual-tone finish but the whole length of the back is covered in glass - glossy glass at the top (camera area) and frosted glass at the bottom.

The display is said to be 5.5-inches with a 2160 x 1080 resolution. First, we see for the first time that the smaller Pixel 3 will have a 2,915mAh battery. There is a single camera on the rear just like that of the Pixel 3 XL and a fingerprint scanner too. Now it's time for the regular, non-XL 2018 Pixel to smile for the camera, thanks to these recently leaked photos. Another image shows that the power button and volume rocker are on the right-hand side.

While it's a touch hard to make out, the image of the phone's face also appears to be sporting two front-facing cameras.

Google will also continue to compete against Apple and Samsung in the premium market space through its high-end Pixel smartphones, Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL placed in the Rs 70,000-Rs 85,000 range, the report adds. Google has sold 80,000 units of Pixel 2 in the country since its launch. The devices will arrive running the brand new Android 9 Pie operating system.