The Pixel 3 launch is only a few months away, which means the chances for leaks are growing higher. Today we’re seeing live pictures of a white Pixel 3 XL. The phone matches up with previous leaks of the Pixel 3 XL in black.
The pictures of the phone, courtesy of XDA-Developers forum member dr.guru, show the phone from the front, back and well, every angle you could really want. The shots are crisp and clear and as well as the single camera we’re expecting, the phone has the same logo on the rear which we saw in the previous leak – a logo that was shown in previous blog post from Google about Pixel prototypes.
The poster on XDA says that the phone has been remotely erased by Google – which jibes with the boot screen. The same screen shows the hardware config of 64GB of storage and 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM, though we expect a 128GB version to arrive as well.
The notch in the display is expected to house dual front cameras and you can see those either side of the earpiece. The setup of the cameras on the front is fairly wide which leads us to believe there’s a reason for it. Some sort of face unlock, perhaps a 3D model of the face could perhaps take advantage of the wider spacing – but that’s something we’ll have to wait for the launch for.
The announcement of the Pixel 3/Pixel 3 XL is expected to follow suit with the last two years, meaning around October 4th. We’re still two months out so expect to see more leaks in that period.