Hard-working leakers will spend ages finding out information on an upcoming smartphone to leak; Google, on the other hand, is apparently able to reveal the existence of loads of unconfirmed smartphones at the bat of an eye. We know this, because it’s done just that.
As spotted by 9to5Google, Google’s ARCore recently added reference to a bunch of new smartphones – this is a list of all the phones that support Google’s AR services, and the phones’ existence on the list makes it seem almost definite they’re real devices.
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