More alleged Google Pixel 3 XL leaked images show off every angle

More alleged Google Pixel 3 XL leaked images show off every angle

More alleged Google Pixel 3 XL leaked images show off every angle

Now, new images of a Pixel 3 XL prototype have emerged showing us the device from all angles. Dual rear cameras have become the bread and butter of the industry and, while most implementations are mostly useless, one would expect Pixel 3 to sport one such setup. A Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset will be accompanied by 4GB of RAM, and yesterday's Pixel 3 XL leak confirmed that there will be an option with 128GB of internal storage. Happily, Google is keeping the stereo speaker from the Pixel 2 XL on the large device.

Over the past couple of months, there have been various rumors about the successors to the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. If you consider a different display to be different - and maybe a slightly different camera experience, too. It's just that this time around, the Google Pixel 3 will be manufactured by Foxconn.

Android P is said to feature native support for the notch, which makes logical sense on why Google is using it as part of the Pixel 3 XL.

Google's third generation of smartphones - Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL - are expected to see the light of the day in the second half of the year and the rumours are pouring in. If Google's chosen to go this route, it's probably been done to enable wireless charging - something numerous Pixel's competitors from Samsung and Apple already support.

On the back of the device is a regular fingerprint sensor. It looks like the Pixel 3 XL will have the notched display, which was speculated considering Android P has support for the same. This way, the display controller component can be hidden behind the screen itself, rather than beneath it like most phones.

Perhaps what's most interesting about the Pixel 3 leaks and renders that we've seen so far is how similar the handset looks to the Pixel 2. The latest images come from XDA Forum and frankly, the device disappoints in terms of design. Supposedly, the circular symbol on the back of the phone is an official Google Prototype symbol. It allows developers to build apps that work around the cut out.

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