Upcoming high-profile devices getting leaked before their official launch isn’t new, and this time, it’s the turn of the Google Pixel 3 XL to bask in the limelight, all thanks to an Ukrainian enthusiast. There is a brief unboxing video posted online as well coupled with quite a few shots of the Pixel 3 XL that shows the device donning a white shade along with a few other of its external design features.
To begin with, the Pixel 3 XL as shown in the latest leak does match with the leaked shots that we have had of the phone earlier. That includes an iPhone X like notch at the top, albeit a little smaller for the Pixel 3 XL. The bottom chin is also a bit more pronounced, to the extent that the front looks a bit ungainly as well. Among the other details that we have come to know of the phone from the latest revelation include the presence of a USB-C port along with a 3.5mm headphone slot.
There also is a conventionally wired power adapter shows as well which however contradicts previous rumors that claimed the Pixel 3 range would boast of wireless charging. Even the rear design supports such a line of thought, what with the rear of the phone having a two-tone build comprising, what seems most likely to be glass and metal. And glass is obviously to aid in wireless charging.
Meanwhile, there also is a wired Pixel Bud shows as well, which is sort of an oddity given that wireless versions offer greater mobility and convenience. Those apart, the rear also shows the single lens camera which is another aspect that makes the Pixel 3 XL stand apart from the sea of Android flagship phone all of which sport dual cameras at the rear.
These apart, the rest of the specs that find mention on the phone’s display includes octa-core Qualcomm chip which most likely should be Snapdragon 845. Plus, there also is the Adreno 630 GPU along with a display resolution of 2960 X 1440 pixels.
As for its launch schedule, its speculated to happen on Oct. 4 though there is no confirmation on that yet.