Published: Mon, June 11, 2018
Technology | By Nina Perez

Leaked images of Google Pixel 3 XL surface online

Leaked images of Google Pixel 3 XL surface online

Two images were posted on XDA last night, and well, they sure line up with what we know about the Pixel 3 XL so far. Apparently, Google is planning to add dual front cameras (at least that's what it looks like) to the Pixel 3 XL. There also appears to be 128GB of storage onboard, but just 4GB of RAM - which is 2GB less than the Galaxy S9+ or the base model of the OnePlus 6.

We also see that the supposed Pixel 3 XL has a single-lens camera system, much like the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL.

If these images are the real deal, what do you think of the upcoming Pixel 3 XL? Google Pixel 3 internally bears the codename "Blueline", according to a Droid Life report. On the top area of the screen, there is a cut out for what looks like two front-facing cameras and an earpiece. Since acquiring HTC engineers involved in the making of the Pixel 2 as well as intellectual property rights from HTC, it seems like Google has what they need to continue implementing the Pixel 2's squeeze feature in future smartphones.

Google is due to launch its Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL handsets later this year and we're now started to see leaks concerning these handsets frequently. The company will likely the ditch in-display fingerprint sensor and go with a physical rear-mounted fingerprint button.

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Just because the phone is made of glass doesnt mean itll have wireless charging. This way, the display controller component can be hidden behind the screen itself, rather than beneath it like most phones. Of course, XDA did some digging around the latest Android P developer preview for clues. Relative to their predecessors, the Pixel 3 has an increase of 0.3-inches while the XL will have an increase of 0.2-inches.

That's it for now, but we're hopefully going to see more of this soon. It could make debut in early 2019 with Snapdragon 710 processor.

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