Shared by a Russian tech blogger (via Android Police), the images (below) once again show off the Clearly White variant of the larger of the two upcoming Google phones, only this time we can see the Big G's logo on the rear, part of the retail packaging, an on-screen list of key specs, and, for the first time for a Pixel release, a bundled set of earphones. Today, a new leak of the Pixel 3 XL has emerged, revealing the device in all its glory.
A Pixel 3 XL prototype that Google hasn't remotely nuked yet.
Google's newly-announced Android 9 Pie has a provision for developers to create apps that are compatible with a notched display. You will still find the main camera and LED flash on the top left-hand side with a fingerprint sensor on the back.
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Starting with the phone itself, the images once again show a device with a sizeable chin and a thick display notch. On the front we can see information pertaining to the device, which is running Android 9 Pie.
Pixel 3 will be powered by a Snapdragon 845 CPU and 4GB of RAM.
You can also catch a quick unboxing video for the Pixel 3 XL through the source link, but it mostly focuses on the contents of the box and not enough on the phone.
From what is known so far, Google's upcoming Pixel lineup is likely to be comprised of Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, successors to last year's Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. We also get a closer look at the new USB-C earbuds above, and they look a lot like Google's wireless Pixel Buds. They're all about changing the phone, after all, not the accessories.