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Leaked Images Claim to Show Off Google's Pixel 3 XL

08 June 2018, 10:39 | Marlene Myers

Leaked images of Google Pixel 3 XL surface online

Google Pixel 3 XL images reportedly leak out, show off a notch

The Pixel 2's was placed on the left edge of the phone. We'll keep you updated on the latest. Now, though, thanks to a newly-granted Apple patent, it appears the iPhone lineup may be the next to adopt the strategy.

Word on the street is that the next Pixel flagship smartphone is going to adopt the notch design that is running rampant out there in the world right now, and a new image leak appears to confirm that. These represent the high-end specifications for the Pixel 2 XL, so maybe Google won't make any upgrades here as well.

Let me tell you about this next Google Pixel device, because I've learned a little bit you'll wanna know.

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Two images of what's believed to be an early prototype of the upcoming Google Pixel 3 XL surfaced on the XDA-Developers Forums earlier this week, showcasing a unit that looks an terrible lot like the current Google Pixel 2 XL, with one main difference: there's a small cut-out - dubbed a "notch" - at the top of the screen. They photos reveal a completely overhauled design with an all-glass back as opposed to aluminum like Google's first- and second-generation Pixel phones.

We also see that the supposed Pixel 3 XL has a single-lens camera system, much like the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. Hopefully, this means the phone now has its own version of a facial recognition feature, similar to the iPhone X or the Huawei P20 Pro. This way, the display controller component can be hidden behind the screen itself, rather than beneath it like most phones. If the Pixel 3 XL does have a glass back, then it may come with wireless charging support as well. It's unclear what other storage options Google might offer. Google is expected to launch three variants of the Pixel 3 this year, and codenames for the three have been doing the rounds as well.

This is easily the most exciting Pixel 3 leak we've seen to date, but again, it's unsubstantiated. The phone pictured in these leaks is an early prototype, and production likely hasn't yet begun.

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