There's little we don't know about Google's next phone, the Pixel 3, at this point. We even know its colours, thanks to several leaks.

The latest, care of Android Headlines, comes in the form of a render that shows a strange pinkish "sand" colour. Maybe it'll be more of a millennial pink when we see it in person. It's hard to tell in renders.

Either way, if true, it'll join the previously leaked black and white models and shows Google is looking to cater for a bigger market this time around.

There have also been several leaks suggesting the phone will be available in a mint colour. Google also recently launched a Google Home Mini in a "aqua" shade that looks similar to or could be confused with mint. Will Google only offer it in black and white? Will there be sand or mint or even an aqua option? We'll know soon enough, as Google plans to announce the phones on 9 October.

If you'd like to see the full story behind the Pixel 3 and Pixel XL then we've broken it all down for you. If you'd like to know more about the Pixel 3 event and how you can watch the action unfold for yourself, then we've got you covered.

Pocket-lint will cover it live and will bring you the latest as it happens.

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