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[Leaked] Google Pixel 3 XL In All Its Glory Shows Us The Notch And More

We all know that Google next flagship phones are coming. Today, we present you a leak which we all were waiting for, the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL leak.

A couple of images have leaked (via the XDA forums) which points to our first look at the elusive Pixel 3 XL in the flesh, showing the design of both the front and back, its display notch, and more. 

Recently, we got to know that the Google Pixel 3 XL will almost certainly sport the “notch-and-a-chin” design that’s been propagating across the Android ecosystem. And today, these leaked images confirms that while showing the front design. Also, these leaks confirms the recent screen protector leaks.

If you see in the photos, the back of the device looks a lot like the Pixel 2 XL. The camera, flash, and sensor placement on the back is pretty identical to this year’s model, and its general aesthetic seems to be the same.

Look closer and you notice few changes like. We are not sure whether it is all-glass or some brushed glass finish at the bottom.nges. Looks like Google’s putting a nice curve on the edges.

And yes, these images do seem to confirm a few other details. For one, last week’s reports said that there would be a dual-camera system on the front and a single camera on the back, which it what we see here. There’s also a fingerprint sensor on the back just like the current model.

There are also a few specs that would seem to apply to this specific device. There’s apparently at least one 128GB model in the works (unsurprisingly), and the phone apparently has 4GB of RAM… another spec that’s not surprising. According to a leak earlier this week, this device has a 6.2-inch display, which looks right based on a quick glance at these images.

Another thing to note is that the images seem confirm the Pixel 3 XL to have one of the few suspected Pixel 3 codenames: crosshatch. Crosshatch, albacore, and blueline have long been reported to be possible codenames for Google’s next-generation Pixel smartphones, so the XL sporting crosshatch makes sense.

What is really interesting is the fact that Google is sticking with a single rear camera is interesting. Some of the users wants a telephoto-style lens to augment the capabilities of the primary camera, though given the Pixel 2's wide advantage in still images, I bet Google's still going to find ways to wow us with a single camera on the new phone.

So, what do you think?

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